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MOVABLE FESTIVALS, Etc. 

Septuagesima Sunday Jan. 25 

Sexagesima Sunday Feb. 1 

Quinquagesima Sunday " 8 

Ash Wednesday " 11 

Quadragesima Sunday " 15 

Mid Lent Sunday ** 29 

Palm Sunday Mar. 21 

Good Friday " 26 

Easter Sunday " 28 

Low Sunday •• '!:••;• April 4 

Kogation Sunday !/!^J May 2 

Ascension Day " 6 

Pentecost Sunday " 16 

Trinity Sunday ** 23 

Corpus Christi " 27 

Advent Sunday Nov. 28 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES, Etc. 

Dominical Letters D. C. 

Lunar Cycle or Golden Number 19 

Epact Moon's age, January 1st 18 

Solar Cycle 13 

Roman Indiction 8 

Dyonisian Period 209 

Julian Period 6593 

Year 5640-41 of the Jewish Era 1880 

Year 1298 of the Mahometan Era, commencing 

December 4 1880 

Year of the World (Usher) .. 5884 

Year of the World (Jews) 5640 

Year of the World (Septuagint).. 7388 

Year A. U. C. (Building of Home) 2633 

Year of the Olympiads 2656 

Year of the Era Nabonassor 2627 



ECLIPSES~1880. 

There will be six Eclipses this year; two of the Moon, and four of the Sun, as follows: 

I. — A Total Eclipse of the Sun, January 11, visible west of the Mississippi river at sunset, the Sun 
setting more or less eclipsed. 

II. — A Total Eclipse of the Moon, June 22, visible on the Pacific coast only. 

III. — An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, July 7, invisible in North America. 

lY. — A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, December 1, invisible. 

v.— A Total Eclipse of the Moon, December 16. 

VI. — A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, December 31. In the Eastern part of the United States the Sun 
will rise more or less Eclipsed. At New York City the middle of the Eclipse occurs at sunrise, and the 
end at 8h. 44m. mornirtg. 



THE FOUR SEASONS. 

D. H. M. D. 

WINTER begins 1879, December 21 11 30 Eve., and lasts 89 

SPRING " 1880, March 20 25 Morn., " 92 

SUMMER «« 1880, June 20 8 34 Eve., « 93 

AUTUMN " ....1880, September 22 11 5 Morn., " 89 

WINTER « ,.1880, December 21 5 24 Morn., Tropical y'r,365 



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31 


18 


19 


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MORNING STARS. 

Mercury, until February 14 ; and from March 28 to 
June 2 ; August 5 to Sept. 17 ; and after Nov. 23. 
Venus, until July 13. 
Mars, after October 25. 
Jupiter, from March 15 to July 9. 
Saturn, from April 8 to July 20. 
Uranus, from September 1 to December 5. 
Neptune, from May 1 to August 6. 



EVENING STARS. 

Mercury, from Feb. 14 to March 28 ; June 2 to Aug. 

5 ; and Sept. 17 to Nov. 23. 
Venus, after July 13. 
Mars, until October 25. 
Jupiter, until March 15, and after July 9. 
Saturn, until April 8, and after July 20. 
Uranus, until September 1, and after December 5. 
Neptune, until May 1, and after August 6. 



•' EMBER DAYS. 

1. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after first Sunday in Lent— February 18th, 20th and 21st, 

2. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after Pentecost— May 19th, 21st and 22d. 

3. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after 14th of September — September 15th, 17th and 18th. 

4. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after 13th of December — December 15th, 17th and 18th. 



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1st MONTH. 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



JAISrtJARY, 1880. 



+ 



31 DAYS. 



DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH 


TIDE. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 

4 45 
4 46 
4 47 


Slow 
m. 

4 
4 
5 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 
c. 1 d. 


Souths, 
h. m. 






Morn. 


Even. 


1 Thursday, . . 

2 Friday, . . . 

3 Saturday, . . 


7 23 
7 23 
7 23 


8 58 

10 3 

11 II 




27 

10 

23 


2 52 

3 37 

4 23 


4 4 

4 44 

5 26 


4 24 

5 5 
5 47 





Second Sunday 


after Christmas. 




Day 


s Length- 


-gh. 24m. 


4 


Sunday, . . , 


7 23 


4 47 


5 


morn 


Sr^' 


7 


5 8 


6 8 


6 30 


5 


Monday, . . 


7 23 


4 48 


6 


19 


W' 


21 


5 56 


6 55 


7 23 


6 


Tuesday, . . 


7 23 


4 49 


6 


I 29 


A 


5 


6 48 


7 53 


8 27 


7 


Wednesday, . 


7 23 


4 50 


6 


2 43 


r% 


19 


7 44 


9 3 


9 35 


8 


Thursday, . . 


7 23 


4 SI 


7 


3 57 


«« 


4 


8 44 


10 15 


10 53 


9 


Friday, . . . 


7 22 


4 52 


7 


5 7 


^S 


19 


9 48 


II 29 




10 


Saturday, . . 


7 22 


4 53 


8 


6 12 


#■ 


3 


10 52 


3 


34 





First Sunday after Epiphany. 






Day 


s Length- 


-gh. 32m. 


II 


Sunday, . . . 


7 22 


4 54 


8 


sets 


^ 


18 


II 54 


I I 


I 26 


12 


Monday, . . 


7 22 


4 55 


9 


6 3 


^^ 


2 


52 


I 52 


2 18 


13 


Tuesday, . . 


7 21 


4 56 


9 


7 16 


^^ 


17 


I 46 


2 42 


3 5 


14 


Wednesday, . 


7 21 


4 57 


9 


8 26 


A 


I 


2 45 


3 27 


3 49 


15 


Thursday, . . 


7 20 


4 58 


10 


9 32 


A 


14 


3 21 


4 10 


4 30 


16 


Friday, . . . 


7 20 


4 59 


10 


10 36 


A 


27 


4 5 


4 51 


5 II 


17 


Saturday, . . 


7 20 


5 


10 


II 38 




10 


4 49 


5 31 


5 50 



Second Sunday after Epiphany. 



Day's Length — gh. 42m. 



i« 

19 

20 
21 

22 

24 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 



7 19 
7 19 
7 18 
7 18 

7 17 
7 16 
7 16 



morn 
o 7,^ 
1 

2 



5 32 


6 10 


6 17 


6 53 


7 3 


7 43 


7 51 


. 8 41 


8 41 


9 42 


9 31 


10 41 


10 22 


II 39 



o 31 

7 17 

8 II 

'9 II 

10 12 

11 10 





Septuagesima Sunday. 








Day 


s Length- 


-gh. 55m. 


25 


Sunday, . . . 


7 IS 


5 10 


13 


6 2 


M 


16 


II 12 


5 


29 


26 


Monday, . . 


7 14 


S II 


13 


6 39 


ff 


28 


morn 


52 


I 12 


27 


Tuesday, . . 


7 13 


S 12 


13 


rises 


^ 


II 


I 


I 32 


I SZ 


28 


Wednesday, . 


7 12 


s 13 


13 


6 49 


^ 


24 


48 


2 14 


2 3S 


29 


Thursday, . . 


7 12 


5 15 


13 


7 56 


rf 


7 


I 35 


2 56 


2 16 


30 


Friday, . . . 


7 II 


5 16 


14 


9 3 


rf 


20 


2 20 


3 35 


3 56 


31 


Saturday, . . 


7 10 


5 17 


14 


10 II 


&= 


4 


3 7 


4 17 


4 39 



Jewish Calendar — 5640. 



January 14, Rosh Hodesh Shebat. 2'S>y Rosh Shanah 
Leaylanot. 



MOOlsr'^ p7TA«-pn ^ Last Quarter, 5d. Ih. 49m. M. C First Quarter, 19d. IL 40m. M. 
" © New Moon, lid. 51i. 401i. A. © Full Moon, 27d. 51i 12m. M. 



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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



2d MONTH. 


FEBRUARY, 1880. 




29 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Souths, 
h. m. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Slow 


Rises. 


Constellation. 

c. 1 d. 




m. 


h. m. 


Morn. 1 Even. 





Sexagesima Sunday. 








Day 


s Length- 


-loh. gm. 


I 


Sunday, . . . 


7 9 


5 i8 


14 


n 21 


'^■■ 


17 


3 54 


5 I 


5 23 


2 


Monday, . 




7 8 


5 29 


14 


morn 


A 


I 


4 44 


5 46 


6 II 


3 


Tuesday, . 




7 7 


5 21 


14 


IZ 


n 


15 


5 38 


6 37 


7 5 


4 


Wednesday, 




7 6 


5 22 


14 


I 45 




29 


6 35 


7 37 


8 13 


5 


Thursday, . 




7 5 


5 23 


14 


2 55 


HK 


14 


7 35 


8 51 


9 29 


6 


Friday, . . 




7 4 


5 24 


14 


3 58 


?«|g 


28 


8 37 


10 7 


10 43 


7 


Saturday, . 




7 3 


5 25 


14 


4 54 


#• 


12 


9 38 


II 18 


" 51 



Quinquagesima — Shrove Sunday. 



Day's Length — loh. 25m. 



8 


Sunday, . . . 


7 2 


5 27 


14 


5 40 


^ 


27 


10 37 


— 


20 


9 


Monday, . « 


7 I 


5 28 


14 


6 19 


i.fij, 


II 


II 32 


45 


I 9 


10 


Tuesday, . . 


7 


5 29 


14 


sets 


^^ 


25 


23 


1 31 


1 52 


II 


Wednesday, . 


6 59 


5 30 


14 


7 II 


j^ 


8 


I II 


2 12 


2 35 


12 


Thursday, . . 


6 57 


5 31 


14 


8 16 


& 


22 


1 56 


2 55 


3 14 


13 


Friday, . . . 


6 56 


5 33 


14 


9 20 


«j^ 
<^^ 


5 


2 41 


3 34 


3 54 


14 


Saturday, . . 


6 54 


5 34 


14 


10 24 




17 


3 25 


4 14 


4 34 





First Sunday in 


Lent. 








Day's 


Length — 


loh. 42m. 


15 


Sunday, . . . 


6 53 


5 35 


14 


II 25 


f# 





4 10 


4 54 


5 15 


16 


Monday, . . 


6 52 


5 36 


14 


morn 


fi# 


12 


4 56 


5 35 


5 56 


17 


Tuesday, . . 


6 51 


5 37 


14 


26 


f# 


24 


5 44 


6 19 


6 43 


18 


Wednesday, . 


6 49 


5 39 


14 


I 25 


M 


5 


6 ZZ 


7 8 


7 35 


19 


Thursday, . . 


6 48 


5 40 


M« 


2 20 


^ 


17 


7 23 


8 5 


8 36 


20 


Friday, . . . 


6 47 


5 41 


14 


3 10 


W 


29 


8 13 


9 8 


9 39 


21 


Saturday, . . 


6 46 


5 42 


14 


3 56 


M 


II 


9 3 


10 9 


10 38 





Second Sunday i 


in Lent. 






Day's 


Length — 


joh. 59m. 


22 


Sunday, . . . 


6 44 


5 43 


14 


4 36 


w 


23 


9 53 


II 7 


II 34 


23 


Monday, . . 


6 43 


5 45 


14 


5 II 


«« 


6 


10 41 








24 


Tuesday, . . 


6 41 


5 46 


13 


5 42 


«^ 


19 


II 28 


24 


46 


25 


Wednesday, . 


6 40 


5 47 


13 


rises 


rf 


2 


morn 


I 5 


I 25 


26 


Thursday, . . 


6 38 


5 48 


13 


6 50 


^ 


15 


15 


I 45 


2 6 


27 


Friday, . . . 


6 37 


5 49 


13 


7 59 


^ 


29 


I 2 


2 27 


2 48 


28 


Saturday, . • 


6 35 


5 51 


13 


9 10 


w 


13 


I 50 


3 9 


3 31 



Third Sunday in Lent. 



Day's Length — iih. i8m. 



29 I Sunday, . 



6 34! 5 52 13 10 23 



27 2 41 3 54 4 I 



Jewish Calendar— 5640. February 12, 13, Rosh Hodesh Adar. 25, Fast of Esther. 

26, 27, Purim. 

MOOW'«^ PnA«^P<^' ^ -^^^^ Quarter, 3d. lOh, 39m. M. C Pirst Quarter, 17d. lOh. 45in. A. 
® New Moon, lOd. 6I1. 17m, M. © Full Moon, 25d. 8I1. 22m. A, 



M. 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



3d MONTH. 




MARCH, 1880. 






3J 


. DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises. 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Slow 
m. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation, 
c. 1 d. 


Souths. 
h. m. 

3 34 




Morn. 


Kven. 


I 


Monday, . . 


6 32 


5 53 


12 


II 35 


s% 


II 


4 42 


5 8 


2 


Tuesday, . , 


6 31 


5 54 


12 


morn 




26 


4 31 


5 34 


6 I 


3 


Wednesday, . 


6 29 


5 55 


12 


46 


Csjg 


10 


5 30 


6 29 


6 58 


4 


Thursday, . . 


6 28 


5 56 


12 


I 51 


^^ 


24 


6 30 


7 31 


8 7 


5 


Friday, . . . 


6 26 


5 57 


12 


2 49 


^ 


8 


7 31 


8 46 


9 24 


6 


Saturday, . . 


6 25 


5 58 


II 


3 37 


^ 


22 


8 29 


9 5S 


10 30 



Fourth Sunday in Lent. 



Day's Length — iih. 36m. 



7 


Sunday, . . • 


6 23 


5 59 


II 


4 16 


^om 


6 


9 23 


II I 


II 29 


8 


Monday, . . 


6 22 


6 


II 


4 50 


^i^ 


19 


10 14 


II 5<^ 





9 


Tuesday, . . 


6 20 


6 I 


II 


5 21 


^ 


3 


II 2 


21 


43 


io 


Wednesday, . 


6 19 


6 2 


10 


sets 


^ 


16 


II 48 


I 3 


I 22 


II 


Thursday, . . 


6 17 


6 3 


10 


7 3 


^ 


29 


33 


I 41 


2 I 


12 


Friday, . . . 


6 15 


6 4 


10 


8 9 




12 


I 18 


2 20 


2 40 


13 


Saturday, . . 


6 14 


6 5 


9 


9 II 


«3^ 


25 


2 3 


3 


3 21 





Fifth Sunday in 


Lent. 








Day's 


Length — 


iih. 55m. 


14 


Sunday, . . . 


6 12 


6 7 


9 


10 13 


fHf 


^7 
/ 


2 49 


3 41 


4 I 


15 


Monday, . . 


6 II 


6 8 


9 


II 12 


f# 


19 


3 Z(> 


4 22 


4 43 


16 


Tuesday, . . 


6 9 


6 9 


9 


morn 


p:? 


I 


4 25 


5 6 


5 29 


17 


Wednesday, . 


6 7 


6 10 


8 


10 


P^ 


13 


5 14 


5 S3- 


6 14 


18 


Thursday, . . 


6 6 


6 II 


8 


I 2 


P^ 


25 


6 4 


6 38 


7 3 


19 


Friday, . . . 


6 4 


6 12 


8 


I 49 


M 


7 


6 54 


7 30 


8 


20 


Saturday, . . 


6 3 


6 13 


7 


2 30 


fl 


19 


7 43 


8 31 


9 2 



Palm Sunday. 



Day's Length — i2h. ism. 



21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 
27 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 



6 I 


6 14 


7 


3 6 


«^ 


I 


8 31 


9 31 


5 59 


6 15 


7 


3 38 


«« 


14 


9 18 


10 28 


5 57 


6 16 


7 


4 8 


^ 


27 


10 5 


II 22 


5 56 


6 17 


6 


4 35 


«# 


10 


10 52 





5 54 


6 18 


6 


5 2 


r# 


24 


II 41 


34 


5 52 


6 19 


6 


rises 


#■ 


8 


morn 


I 16 


5 50 


6 20 


5 


8 4 


^ 


22 


31 


I 59 



10 o 

10 56 

11 47 

O II 

55 

1 37 

2 23 





Easter Sunday 










Day's 


Length — 


i2h. 32m. 


28 
29 
30 
31 


Sunday, . . 
Monday, . . 
Tuesday, . . 
Wednesday, . 


5 49 
5 47 
5 46 
5 44 


6 21 
6 22 
6 23 
6 24 


5 
5 
4 
4 


9 21 

10 34 

11 43 
morn 


A 

« 


7 
22 

6 
21 


1 25 

2 22 

3 22 

4 24 


2 47 

3 37 

4 31 

5 28 


3 12 

4 3 

4 59 

5 56 



Jewish Calendar — 5640. March 13, Rosh Hodesh Nissan. 27,28, Pesah, 2 first days. 



Last Quarter, 3d. 6I1. 7ni. A. C First Quarter, 18d. 71i. 36in. A. 



MOON'S PHASES! 



® New Moon, lOd. 71i. 47m, A. © Full Moon, 26d. 8h. 23m, M, 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



4tli 


MONTH. 




APRIIi, 1880. 






30 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 

Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Eises. 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h, m. 


Slow 
m. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 

c. 1 d. 


Souths. 
h. m. 




Morn. 


Even. 


I 1 Thursday, . . 


5 42 


6 25 


4 


44 


#* 


5 


5 25 


6 25 


6 54 


2 


Friday, . . . 


5 41 


6 26 


3 


I 35 


^ 


19 


6 24 


7 24 


7 56 


3 


Saturday, . . 


5 39 


6 27 


3 


2 17 


^•^^S 


3 


7 19 


3 31 


9 5 


Low Sunday. 




Day's Length — i2h. 50m. 


4 


Sunday, . . . 


5 38 


6 28 


3 


2 51 


v^ 


16 


8 II 


9 36 


10 5 


5 


Monday, . . 


5 36 


6 29 


2 


3 22 


^ 


29 


8 59 


10 33 


II 


6 


Tuesday, . . 


5 34 


6 30 


2 


3 49 


^ 


13 


9 45 


II 25 


II 49 


7 


Wednesday, . 


5 33 


6 31 


2 


4 14 


J^ 


26 


10 29 





12 


8 


Thursday, . . 


5 31 


6 32 


2 


4 40 




8 


II 13 


33 


53 


9 


Friday, . . . 


5 30 


6 33 


I 


sets 




21 


II 57 


III 


I 29 


lOJ 


Saturday, . . 


5 28 


6 34 


I 


8 


## 


3 


43 


I 49 


2 10 



Second Sunday after Easter. 



Day's Length — 1311. 8m. 



II 


Sunday, . . . 


S 27 


6 35 


I 


9 


^ 


i6 


I 30 


2 30 


2 51 


12 


Monday, . . 


5 25 


6 zG 


I 


9 59 


## 


28 


2 18 


3 12 


3 33 


13 


Tuesday, . . 


5 24 


6 37 





10 54 


m 


10 


3 7 


3 55 


4 17 


14 


Wednesday, . 


5 22 


6 z^ 





II 43 


m 


21 


3 57 


4 40 


5 3 


15 


Thursday, . . 


5 21 


6 39 


Fast 


morn 


M 


3 


4 46 


5 25 


5 47 


16 


Friday, . . . 


5 20 


6 40 





26 


M 


IS 


5 35 


6 10 


6 34 


17 


Saturday, . * 


5 iS 


6 41 


I 


I 4 


ft 


27 


6 22 


657 


7 22 



Third Sunday after Easter. 



Day's Length — i3h. 25m. 



18 
19 

20 
21 
22 

23 

24 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 





5 17 


6 42 


I 


I 37 


^ 


9 


7 9 


7 49 




5 15 


6 43 


I 


2 6 


^ 


22 


7 55 


8 49 




5 14 


6 44 


I 


2 34 


rf 


5 


8 41 


9 45 




5 13 


6 45 


2 


3 


^ 


18 


9 28 


10 40 




5 II 


6 46 


2 


3 27 




2 


10 17 


II 34 




5 10 


6 47 


2 


3 56 


^• 


16 


II 10 







5 8 


6 48 


2 


4 30 


^ 


I 


morn 


50 



8 19 

9 17 
12 

7 

26 
13 



10 
II 





Fourth Sunday i 


after Easter. 






Day'j 


s Length — 


I3h. 42m. 


25 


Sunday, . . . 


5 7 


6 49 


2 


rises 


A 


16 


7 


I 37 


2 4 


26 


Monday, . . 


5 6 


6 50 


2 


9 27 


KM 


I 


I 8 


2 32 


3 


27 


Tuesday, . . 


5 4 


6 51 


3 


10 33 




16 


211 


3 28 


3 56 


28 


Wednesday, . 


5 3 


6 52 


3 


II 29 


^ 


I 


3 15 


4 25 


4 53 


29 


Thursday, . . 


5 I 


6 S3 


3 


morn 


^ 


15 


4 16 


5 20 


5 47 


30 


Friday, ... 


5 


6 54 


3 


15 


#* 


29 


5 14 


6 14 


6 41 



Jewish Calendar— 5640. April 2, 3, Pesah, 2 last 
25, Pesah Shenee. 29, Lag 



days. II, 12, Rosh Hodesh lyar. 
Laomer. 



MOON'S PHASES: ^ ^^^* Quarter, 2d. Ih. 13m. M. C Pirsf Quarter, 17d. 21i. Mm. A. 
® New Moon, 9d. lOli. 7m. M. © Full Moon, 24d. 51i. 50m. A. 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



5th MONTH. 




MAY, 


1880 


. 






^1 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and W^eek. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Fast 
m. 


Rises. 
h. m. 


Constellation, 
c. 1 d. 


Souths, 
h. m. 




Morn. 


Even. 


I 


Saturday, . . 


4 59 


6 55 


3 


o 53 


^^ 


13 


6 8 


7 8 


7 35 





Rogation Sunday. 








Day's 


Length — 


i3h. 58 


m. 


2 


Sunday, . . . 


4 58 


6 56 


3 


I 25 


>sS 


26 


6 57 


8 3 


8 33 


3 


Monday, . . 


4 56 


657 


3 


I 52 


^ 


10 


7 44 


9 3 


9 31 


4 


Tuesday, . . 


4 55 


6 58 


3 


2 18 


^ 


23 


8 28 


9 57 


10 22 


5 


Wednesday, . 


4 54 


6 59 


4 


2 43 




5 


9 II 


10 47 


II 12 


6 


Thursday, . . 


4 53 


7 


4 


3 9 




18 


9 55 


II 36 





7 


Friday, v . . 


4 52 


7 I 


4 


3 35 


## 





10 40 





23 


8 


Saturday,, . . 


4 51 


7 2 


4 


4 7 


## 


12 


11 26 


44 


I 4 



Sunday after Ascension. 



Day's Length — i4h. 13m. 



9 


Sunday, . . . 


4 SO 


7 3 


4 


sets 


fiT 


24 


13 


I 23 


I 43 


10 


Monday, ;' . . 


4 49 


7 4 


4 


8 46 


^ 


6 


I 2 


2 5 


2 27 


II 


Tuesday^^ . . 


4 43 


7 S 


4 


9 37 


^ 


18 


I 52 


2 49 


3 II 


12 


Wednesday, . 


4 47 


7 6 


4 


10 21 


ft 





2 41 


3 32 


3 54 


13 


Thursday, . . 


4 46 


7 6 


4 


II I 


M 


12 


3 30 


4 16 


4 38 


14 


Friday, ". , . 


4 4S 


7 7 


4 


II 3S 


M 


23 


4 17 


5 


5 21 


IS 


Saturday, . . 


4 44 


7 3 


4 


morn 


^ 


5 


5 3 


5 42 


6 3 





Pentecost — Whit 


Sunday. 






Day's 


Length — 


i4h. 25m. 


16 


Sunday, . . . 


4 43 


7 9 


4 


6 


^ 


18 


5 48 


6 25 


6 47 


17 


Monday, . . 


4 42 


7 10 


4 


33 


^ 





6 33 


7 10 


7 35 


18 


Tuesday^ . . 


4 42 


7 II 


4 


I 


M* 


13 


7 18 


8 2 


8 30 


19 


Wednesday, . 


4 41 


7 12 


4 


I 25 


^ 


26 


8 5 


8 59 


9 29 


20 


Thursday, . . 


4 40 


7 13 


4 


I S3 




10 


8 55 


9 58 


10 28 


21 


Friday^, . . . 


4 39 


7 14 


4 


2 24 


^ 


25 


9 49 


10 50 


II 30 


22 


Saturday, . . 


4 38 


7 IS 


4 


2 S9 


£% 


9 


10 47 











Trinity Sunday. 










Day's 


Length — 


I4h. 37m. 


23 


Sunday, . . . 


4 38 


7 15 


3 


3 42 


£% 


24 


II 50 


29 


56 


24 


Monday, . . 


4 37 


7 16 


3 


rises 


« 


9 


morn 


I 23 


I S^ 


25 


Tuesday, . . 


4 36 


7 17 


3 


9 16 




2S 


SS 


2 21 


2 S^ 


26 


Wednesday, . 


4 36 


7 18 


3 


10 8 


^ 


10 


2 I 


3 19 


3 46 


27 


Thursday, . . 


4 35 


7 19 


3 


10 50 


#* 


24 


3 2 


4 13 


4 40 


28 


Friday, . . . 


4 35 


7 19 


3 


II 25 


^i^ 


9 


4 


5 6 


s 30 


29 


Saturday/ . • 


4 34 


7 20 


3 


II 55 


^X>S 


23 


4 52 


S S3 


6 17 



First Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i4h. 47m. 



30 
31 



Sunday, . 
Monday, 



4 34 
4 34 


7 21 

7 22 


3 

2 


morn 
21 


t 


6 

20 


5 41 

6 26 


6 40 

7 27 



7 3 
7 S3 



Jewish Calendar — 5640. May 11, Rosh llodesh Sivan. 16, 17, Shebuot. 

ID Last Quarter, Id. 8I1. 53m. M. C First Quarter, 17d. 5h. 23m. M. 
MOON'S PHASES! © New Moon, 9d. lli. 16m. M. © Full Moon, 24d. IK. 39m. M. 

D Last Quarter, SOd. 5h. 53m. A. 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



6th 


MONTH. 




JUNE, 


1880. 






30 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Fast 
m. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 

c. ! d. 


Souths, 
h. m. 




Morn. 


Kven, 


I 
2 

3 
4 

5 


Tuesday, . . 
Wednesday, . 
Thursday, . . 
Friday, . . . 
Saturday, . . 


4 33 
4 17> 

4 32 
4 32 
4 32 


7 22 
7 23 
7 23 
7 24 

7 25 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


47 

1 14 

1 40 

2 8 

2 41 




3 

IS 

27 

9 
21 


7 10 

7 54 

8 38 

9 23 
10 10 


8 20 

9 IS 

10 9 

11 I 

II 52 


8 48 

9 42 

10 35 

11 27 



Second Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i4h. 53m. 



6 


Sunday, . . . 


4 32 


7 25 




3 19 


M 


3 


10 S9 


16 


40 


7 


Monday, . . 


4 31 


7 26 




sets 


^m 


15 


II 48 


I I 


I 21 


8 


Tuesday, . . 


4 31 


7 26 




8 21 


m 


27 


38 


I 43 


2 5 


9 


Wednesday, . 


4 31 


7 27 




9 I 


ff 


9 


I 27 


2 27 


2 48 


10 


Thursday, . . 


4 31 


7 27 




9 37 


fl 


20 


2 IS 


3 10 


3 31 


II 


Friday, . . . 


4 31 


7 28 




10 8 


^ 


2 


3 I 


3 S2 


4 12 


12 


Saturday, . . 


4 31 


7 28 





10 36 


^ 


15 


3 46 


4 ZZ 


4 53 





Third Sunday after Trinity. 






Day's 


Length — 


i4h. 58 


m. 


13 


Sunday, . . . 


4 31 


7 29 





II 2 


«^ 


27 


4 29 


5 13 


s 32 


14 


Monday, . . 


4 31 


7 29 


Slow 


II 28 


f# 


9 


s 13 


5 52 


6 13 


15 


Tuesday, . . 


4 31 


7 29 





II S3 


^ 


22 


5 S8 


6 34 


6 57 


16 


Wednesday, . 


4 31 


7 30 


I 


morn 


w 


5 


6 45 


7 22 


7 49 


17 


Thursday, . . 


4 31 


7 30 


I 


21 


%f 


19 


7 35 


8 19 


851 


18 


Friday, . . . 


4 31 


7 31 


I 


S3 


S% 


3 


8 30 


9 25 


9 59 


19 


Saturday, . . 


4 31 


7 31 


I 


I 31 


S^ 


18 


9 29 


10 zz 


II 8 





Fourth Sunday j 


ifter Trinity. 






Day' 


s Length- 


-i5h. om. 


20 


Sunday, . . . 


4 31 


7 31 


I 


2 18 


« 


3 


10 33 


II 43 





21 


Monday, . . 


4 31 


7 31 


2 


3 13 


« 


18 


II 38 


16 


45 


22 


Tuesday, . . 


4 32 


7 32 


2 


rises 


^ 


4 


morn 


I 13 


I 41 


23 


Wednesday, . 


4 32 


7 32 


2 


8 43 


^ 


19 


43 


2 10 


2 ^Z 


24 


Thursday, . . 


4 32 


7 32 


2 


9 21 


^x^ 


4 


I 44 


3 4 


3 30 


25 


Friday, . . . 


4 32 


7 32 


2 


9 54 


vr^ 


18 


2 41 


•3 54 


4 17 


26 


Saturday, . . 


4 33 


7 32 


3 


10 23 


A 


•2 


3 32 


4 40 


5 3 





Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 






Day's 


Length — 


I4h. 59m. 


27 
28 
29 

30 


Sunday, . . . 
Monday, . . 
Tuesday, . . 
Wednesday, . 


4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 


7 32 
7 32 
7 32 
7 32 


3 
3 
3 
3 


10 49 

11 16 

II 43 
morn 




16 

29 
12 

24 


4 21 

5 7 

5 51 

6 36 


5 25 

6 7 
6 50 

7 38 


5 46 

6 28 

7 13 

8 5 



Jewish Calendar— 5640. June 9, 10, Rosh Hodesh Tamooz. 27, Fast of Tamooz. 

MOOFS PHASES ' ® ^^^ "''^°°^' '^^* '^^' ^^°^' "^^ ® ^"^ ^^^°^' ^^^* ^^' ^^^' ■^* 
^' C Pirst Quarter, 15d. 41i. 51m. A. 3) Last Quarter, 29d. 41i. 57m. M. 





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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 






7tll MONTH. JULY, 1880. 31 DAYS. 






DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 






Month and Week. 


Rises. 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Slow 
m. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


ConsteUation. 
c. 1 d. 


Souths. 
h. m. 






Morn. 


Even. 






I 


Thursday, . . 


4 35 


7 32 


4 


II 


fll# 


6 


7 21 


8 33 


9 2 






2 


Friday, . . . 


4 3^ 


7 31 


4 


42 


PIF 


18 


8 7 


9 31 


10 






3 


Saturday, . . 


4 3<^ 


7 31 


4 


I 18 


^ 





8 55 


10 28 


10 56 






Sixth Sunday after Trinity. Day's Length — i4h. 54m. 






4 


Sunday, . . . 


4 37 


7 31 


4 


2 


![^ 


12 


9 44 


II 24 


II 51 






5 


Monday, . . 


4 3^ 


7 31 


4 


2 47 


^ 


24 


10 34 





17 




^ 


6 


Tuesday, . . 


4 3S 


7 31 


S 


3 40 


M 


6 


II 23 


40 


I I 






7 


Wednesday, . 


4 39 


7 30 


5 


sets 


ft 


18 


12 


I 21 


I 42 






8 


Thursday, . . 


4 39 


7 30 


5 


8 12 


^ 





59 


2 3 


2 24 






9 


Friday, . . . 


4 40 


7 30 


5 


8 40 


««^ 


12 


I 44 


2 44 


3 4 






10 


Saturday, . . 


4 41 


7 30 


5 


9 7 


^ 


24 


2 29 


3 24 


3 43 






Seventh Sunday after Trinity. Day's Length — i4h. 48m. 






II 


Sunday, . . . 


4 41 


7 29 


5 


9 32 


^ 


6 


3 12 


4 2 


4 22 






12 


Monday, . . 


4 42 


7 29 


S 


9 58 


rl* 


19 


3 56 


4 42 


5 2 






13 


Tuesday, . . 


4 42 


7 28 


6 


10 23 




2 


4 42 


5 23 


5 44 






14 


Wednesday, . 


4 43 


7 28 


6 


10 52 


^ 


15 


5 29 


6 5 


6 28 






15 


Thursday, . . 


4 44 


7 27 


6 


II 27 


^ 


29 


6 20 


6 52 


7 20 






16 


Friday, . . . 


4 45 


7 26 


6 


morn 


A 


13 


7 15 


7 SI 


8 26 






17 


Saturday, . . 


4 46 


.7 26 


6 


8 


£% 


27 


8 15 


9 3 


9 41 






Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Day's Length— i4h. 38m. 






18 


Sunday, . . . 


4 47 


7 25 


6 


58 


HI 


12 


9 18 


10 19 


10 56 






19 


Monday, . . 


4 48 


7 24 


6 


I 58 


HK 


26 


10 22 


II 31 









20 


Tuesday, . . 


4 49 


7 23 


6 


3 8 


^ 


II 


II 25 


5 


35 






21 


Wednesday, . 


4 50 


7 23 


6 


rises 


^ 


26 


morn 


I 3 


I 29 






22 


Thursday, . . 


4 50 


7 22 


6 


7 50 


Ki^ 


II 


24 


I 53 


2 17 






23 


Friday, . . . 


4 51 


7 22 


6 


8 21 


^^ 


26 


I 19 


2 41 


3 4 






24 


Saturday, . . 


4 52 


7 21 


6 


8 50 


^ 


10 


2 10 


3 27 


3 48 






Ninth Sunday after Trinity. Day's Length — I4h. 27m. 






25 


Sunday, . . . 


4 53 


7 20 


6 


9 16 


^ 


24 


2 58 


4 9 


4 30 






26 


Monday, . . 


4 54 


7 19 


6 


9 43 


>«i?» 
*,^^ 


7 


3 45 


4 52 


5 13 






27 


Tuesday, . . 


4 54 


7 18 


6 


10 II 


>«^ 
*^^ 


20 


4 30 


5 33 


5 54 






28 


Wednesday, . 


4 55 


7 17 


6. 


10 43 


#fr 


3 


5 16 


6 16 


6 38 






29 


Thursday, . . 


4 5^ 


7 16 


6 


II 18 


## 


15 


6 3 


7 2 


7 28 






30 


Friday, . . . 


4 57 


7 15 


6 


II 58 


#lr 


27 


651 


7 56 


8 27. 






31 


Saturday, . . 


4 58 


7 14 


6 


morn 


Pi« 


9 


7 40 


8 58 


9 28 






Jewish Calendar — 5640. July 9, Rosh Hodesh Ab. 18, Tishabeab. 23, Tubeab. 






MOON'S PHASES • ® ^^^ ^°°^' "^^^ ^^' ^^^' ^' ® "^^^ ^°°^' ^■'■^' ^ ^^' ■^* 






C First Quarter, 15d. Ih. 16m. M. S* Last Quarter, 28d. 6]i. 41m. A. 


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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



8th MONTH. 



AUGUST, 1880. 



31 DAYS. 



DAYS, 


SUN. 






MOON. 




HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Slow 
m. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 
c. 1 d. 


Soutiis. 
h. m. 




Morn. 1 Even. 





Tenth Sunday after Trinity. 






Day's 


» Length — 


I4h. 14m. 


r 


Sunday, . . . 


4 59 


7 13 


6 


43 


'm 


21 


8 29 


9 58 


10 28 


2 


Monday, . . 


5 o 


7 12 


6 


I 33 


M ' 


2 


9 19 


10 57 


II 24 


3 


Tuesday, . . 


5 I 


7 II 


6 


2 29 


M 


14 


10 8 


II 50 





4 


Wednesday, . 


5 2 


7 10 


6 


3 28 


M 


26 


10 55 


14 


37 


5 


Thursday, . .. 


5 3 


7 9 


6 


4 29 


^ 


8 


11 42 


58 


I 17 


6 


Friday, . . . 


5 3 


7 7 


6 


sets 


^ 


21 


27 


I 36 


I 55 


7 


Saturday, . . 


5 4 


7 6 


5 


7 38 


^ 


3 


I II 


2 15 


2 35 



Eleventh Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i4h. om. 



8 


Sunday, . . . 


5 5 


7 5 


5 


8 3 


i# 


16 


I 55 


2 55 


3 14 


9 


Monday, . . 


5 6 


7 4 


5 


8 29 


^ 


29 


2 40 


3 33 


3 53 


10 


Tuesday, . . 


5 7 


7 3 


5 


8 57 


&• 


12 


3 27 


4 14 


4 35 


II 


Wednesday, . 


5 8 


7 I 


5 


9 29 


&' 


26 


4 16 


4 57 


5 20 


12 


Thursday, . . 


5 9 


7 


5 


10 7 


A 


9 


5 9 


5 44 


6 9 


13 


Friday, . . . 


5 10 


6 59 


5 


10 53 


£^ 


23 


6 6 


6 36 


7 6 


14 


Saturday, . . 


5 II 


6 58 


4 


II 47 


ms 


7 


7 6 


7 40 


8 15 



Twelfth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i3h. 44m. 



15 
16 

17 

18 

19 
20 
21 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, * . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 





5 12 


6 56 


4 


morn 


^g 


22 


3 7 


8 52 




5 13 


6 55 


4 


50 


# 


6 


9 9 


10 9 




5 14 


6 53 


4 


2 


^ 


21 


10 9 


II 19 




5 15 


6 52 


4 


3 15 


^ 


5 


ir 4 


— — 




5 16 


6 51 


3 


4 31 


v^ 


20 


II 57 


45 




5 17 


6 49 


3 


rises 


J^ 


4 


morn 


I 29 




5 18 


6 48 


3 


7 16 


'a 


18 


47 


2 13 



9 31 

10 45 

51 

20 

7 
51 
34 



II 
o 
I 
I 
2 



Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — I3h. 27m. 



22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 



Sunday, . . 

Monday, . 

Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 

Thursday, . 

Friday, . . 

Saturday, . 





5 19 


6 46 


3 


7 45 


«> 
<:^:^ 


2 


I Z^:> 


2 55 




5 20 


6 45 


2 


8 13 




15 


2 22 


3 37 




5 21 


6 43 


2 


8 43 




28 


3 9 


4 19 




5 22 


6 42 


2 


9 16 


## 


II 


3 56 


5 2 




5 22 


6 40 


I 


9 55 


## 


23 


4 44 


5 46 




5 23 


^ 39 


I 


10 i'^ 


M 


5 


5 Z?^ 


6 32 




5 24 


6 37 


I 


11 26 


IP^ 


17 


6 22 


7 22 



16 

58 

40 
24 

9 
56 
51 



Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i3h. iim. 



29 
30 
31 



Sunday, . 
Monday, 
Tuesday, 



5 25 


6 36 


I 


morn 


m 


5 26 


6 34 





20 


M 


5 27 


6 ZZ 





I 17 


w 



29 I 7 12 8 
1 1 ! 8 19 
23 I 8 49I10 



22! 8 53 
24 9 53 

2IiIO 49 



Jewish Calendars— 5640. August 7, 8, Rosh Ilodesh Elool. 



MOOFS PHASES! 



© New Moon, 5d. lOh. 48m. A. © Full Moon, 20d. Oh. 18m. M. 
C First Quarter, 13d. 7h. 42m. M. 3D Last Quarter, 27d. llli. 15m. M. 



r 



II 



9tll MONTH. 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 
SEPTEMBER, 1880. 



30 DAYS. 





DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 

Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets, 
h. m. 

6 31 

6 30 
6 28 
6 27 


Fast 
m. 



I 
I 
I 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 
c. 1 d. 


Souths, 
h. m. 




Morn. 


P:veii. 


I 

2 

3 

4 


Wednesday, . 
Thursday, . . 
Friday, . . . 
Saturday, . . 


5 28 
5 29 
5 30 
5 31 


2 17 

3 19 

4 22 
sets 




5 

17 
29 
12 


9 36 

10 22 

11 7 
II 52 


II 16 

27 

I 6 


II 41 

5 
•D 47 

1 25 



Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i2h. 53m. 



9 
10 

II 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 





s 32 


6 25 


2 


6 32 


^ 


26 


37 


I 44 




5 33 


6 24 


2 


7 I 


g/= 


9 


I 24 


2 25 




5 34 


6 22 


2 


7 33 


&■ 


23 


2 14 


3 « 




5 35 


6 20 


3 


8 8 


S% 


6 


3 6 


3 52 




5 36 


6 19 


3 


8 51 


J*2 


20 


4 I 


4 41 




5 36 


6 17 


3 


9 42 


« 


4 


5 


5 33 




5 37 


6 16 


4 


10 41 


« 


18 


6 


6 28I 



2 4 

2 46 

3 30 

4 16 

5 7 

6 o 

6 59 



Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i2h. 36m. 



12 


Sunday, . . . 


5 3S 


6 14 


4 


II 48 


#■ 


3 


7 


7 32 


8 7 


13 


Monday, . . 


5 39 


6 12 


4 


morn 


^ 


17 


7 59 


8 45 


9 22 


14 


Tuesday, . . 


5 40 


6 10 


5 


I 


^sS 


I 


8 54 


9 55 


10 27 


15 


Wednesday, . 


5 41 


6 9 


5 


2 13 


^.qs 


15 


9 47 


10 58 


II 28 


16 


Thursday, . . 


5 42 


6 7 


5 


3 25 


^ 


29 


10 37 


" 55 





17 


Friday, . . . 


5 43 


6 5 


6 


4 34 


^ 


13 


II 25 


20 


43 


18 


Saturday, . . 


S 44 


6 3 


6 


rises 


A 


27 


morn 


I 3 


I 22 



Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — i2h. 17m. 



19 


Sunday, . . . 


5 45 


6 2 


7 


6 II 




10 


12 


I 42 


2 3 


20 


Monday, . . 


5 46 


6 


7 


6 43 




23 


59. 


2 24 


2 45 


21 


Tuesday, . . 


5 47 


5 59 


7 


7 15 


i# 


6 


I 47 


3 6 


3 27 


22 


Wednesday, . 


5 48 


5 57 


8 


7 51 


flSjf 


19 


2 35 


3 49 


4 II 


23 


Thursday, . . 


5 49 


5 55 


8 


8 33 


^ 


I 


3 24 


4 33 


4 56 


24 


Friday, . . . 


5 50 


5 54 


8 


9 19 


M 


13 


4 14 


5 19 


5 41 


25 


Saturday, . . 


5 51 


5 52 


9 


10 1 1 


Pif 


25 


5 4 


6 4 


6 28 





Eighteenth Sund 


ay after Trinity. 




Day's 


. Length — 


iih. 59m. 


26 


Sunday, . . . 


5 52 


5 51 


9 


II 7 


M 


7 


5 54 


6 53 


7 18 


27 


Monday, . . 


5 53 


5 49 


9 


morn 


ff 


18 


6 42 


7 45 


8 14 


28 


Tuesday, . . 


5 54 


5 47 


10 


6 


^ 


• 


7 29 


8 44 


9 13 


29 


Wednesday, . 


5 55 


5 45 


10 


I 7 


««^ 


13 


8 15 


9 41 


10 8 


30 


Thursday, . . 


5 56 


5 44 


10 


2 7 


^ 


25 


9 0,10 34 


10 59 



Jewish Calendar — 5640. September 6, 7, Tishree Rosh Hashanah. 8, Fast of 

Guedalyah. 5641. 15, Kipoor. 20, 21, Sucot, 2 first days. 26, Hoshaanah 

Rabah. 27, Sheminee Aseret. 28, Simhat Torah. 



MOON'S PHASES 



© New Moon, 4d. llli. 52m. A. © Pull Moon, 



18d. lOh. 29ni, M. 



C First Quarter, lid. Ih. 25m. A. J) Last Quarter, 26d. 6I1. 8m. M. 



12 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



10th MONTH. 


OCTOBER, 1880. 






31 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 
Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 1 Fast 


Rises, 
h. m. 

3 10 

4 14 


Constellation, 
c. 1 d. 


Souths. 
h. m. 




h. m. 


m. 


Morn. 1 Even. 


I 
2 


Friday, . . . 
Saturday, . . 


5 57 
5 58 


5 42 
5 40 


II 
II 




8 
21 


9 44 
10 30 


II 24II 49 
1 13 





Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. 




Day's 


Length — 


iih. 39m. 


3 


Sunday, . , . 


5 59 


5 38 


II 


5 22 


*= 


4 


II 17 


35 


56 


4 


Monday, . 




6 


5 37 


12 


sets 


^• 


18 


6 


I 16 


I 36 


5 


Tuesday, . 




6 I 


5 35 


12 


6 7 


£^ 


2 


59 


I 59 


2 24 


6 


Wednesday, 




6 2 


5 34 


12 


6 49 


A 


16 


I 55 


2 49 


3 14 


7 


Thursday, . 




6 3 


5 32 


12 


7 39 


^E 


I 


2 54 


3 40 


4 6 


8 


Friday, . . 




6 4 


5 31 


13 


8 37 


« 


15 


3 54 


4 33 


5 I 


9 


Saturday, . 




6 5 


5 29 


13 


9 42 


« 


29 


4 55 


5 28 


5 56 





Twentieth Sunday after 


Trinity. 




Day's 


Length — 


iih. 22m. 


10 


Sunday, . . . 


6 6 


5 28 


13 


10 52 


^ 


13 


5 54 


6 24 


6 S3 


II 


Monday, . 




6 7 


5 26 


13 


morn 


^ 


27 


6 50 


7 24 


7 55 


12 


Tuesday, . 




6 8 


5 25 


14 


3 


^.qS 


II 


7 42 


8 27 


9 


13 


Wednesday, 




6 9 


5 23 


14 


I 14 


^x^S^ 


25 


8 32 


9 32 


10 I 


14 


Thursday, . 




6 10 


5 22 


14 


2 23 


^ 


9 


9 19 


10 30 


10 57 


15 


Friday, . . 




6 II 


5 20 


14 


3 30 


^ 


23 


10 6 


II 23 


II 48 


16 


Saturday, . 




6 13 


5 19 


15 


4 36 




6 


10 52 





12 



Twenty-First Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — iih. 3m. 



17 Sunday, . . 

18 Monday, . 

19 Tuesday, . 

20 Wednesday, 

21 Thursday, . 

22 I Friday, . . 

23 I Saturday, . 





6 14 


5 17 


IS 


5 41 


«5> 


19 


II 39 


34 




6 15 


5 16 


15 


rises 


■## 


2 


morn 


I 14 




6 16 


5 14 


15 


5 48 


fiff 


14 


27 


I 55 




6 17 


s 13 


15 


6 27 


f# 


27 


I 16 


2 39 




6 18 


5 " 


15 


7 13 


^ 


9 


2 6 


3 23 




6 19 


5 10 


16 


8 3 


m 


21 


2 56 


4 7 




6 20 


5 9 


16 


8 57 


M 


3 


3 46 


4 53 



54 

34 

17 

I 

45 
30 



5 15 





Twenty- Second 


Sunda> 


r after 


Trinity. 


Day's 


Length — 


I oh. 46 


m. 


24 


Sunday, . . . 


6 21 


5 7 


16 


9 55 


M 


15 


4 34 


5 37 


5 59 


25 


Monday, . . 


6 22 


5 6 


16 


10 53 


M 


26 


5 21 


6 21 


6 44 


26 


Tuesday, . . 


6 23 


5 4 


16 


II 53 


^ 


8 


6 7 


7 7 


7 31 


27 


Wednesday, . 


6 24 


5 3 


16 


morn 


^ 


21 


6 52 


7 57 


8 25 


28 


Thursday, . . 


6 .25 


5 2 


16 


55 


^ 


3 


7 36 


853 


9 20 


29 


Friday, . . . 


6 26 


5 I 


16 


I 58 


f# 


16 


8 20 


9 47 


10 14 


30 


Saturday, . • 


6 28 


4 59 


16 


3 2 


f# 


29 


9 6 


10 41 


II 8 



Twenty-Third Sunday after Trinity. 



Day's Length — loh. 29m. 



31 Sunday, 



29 4 58 16 4 9 



13 I 9 54 II 35 



Jewish Calendar — 5641. October 5, 6, Rosh Hodesh Heshvan. 



MOON'S PHASES: 



® New Moon, 



3d. nil. 43in. A. © Full Moon, 17d. llh. 26m. A- 



First Quarter, lOd. 7h. 35m. A. J) Last Quarter, 26d. 21i. Cm. M. 



13 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



lltll MONTH. 


NOTEMBER, 1880. 






30 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 

Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 


Fast 
m. 


Blses. 
h. m. 


Constellation, 
c. 1 d. 


Souths, 
h. m. 




Morn. 


Even. 


I 


Monday, . . 


6 30 


4 57 


i6 


5 18 


^• 


27 


10 45 


2 


28 


2 


Tuesday, . . 


6 31 


4 56 


16 


6 31 


s%. 


II 


II 41 


52 


I 16 


3 


Wednesday, . 


6 32 


4 55 


16 


sets 


^ 


26 


40 


I 41 


a2 7 


4 


Thursday, . . 


6 34 


4 53 


16 


6 27 


m. 


II 


I 43 


2 3,S 


3 3 


5 


Friday, . . . 


6 35 


4 52 


16 


7 32 


^^S 


25 


2 46 


3 31 


3 58 


6 


Saturday, . . 


6 36 


4 5^ 


16 


8 42 


^ 


10 


3 47 


4 26 


4 54 





Twenty-Fourth 


Sunday; 


' after 


Trinity. 


Day's 


Length — 


loh. i^ 


m. 


7 


Sunday, . . , 


6 37 


4 50 


16 


9 54 


#- 


24 


4 45 


5 21 


5 47 


8 


Monday, . . 


6 2>^ 


4 49 


16 


II 6 


vqS. 


8 


5 39 


6 12 


6 38 


9 


Tuesday, . . 


6 40 


4 49 


16 


morn 


v^ 


22 


6 30 


7 4 


7 31 


10 


Wednesday, . 


6 41 


4 43 


16 


14 


^ 


6 


7 17 


7 59 


8 28 


II 


Thursday, . . 


6 42 


4 47 


16 


I 21 


ig4 


19 


8 3 


8 58 


9 27 


12 


Friday, . . . 


6 43 


4 46 


16 


2 26 




3 


8 49 


9 54 


lo 21 


13 


Saturday, . . 


6 44 


4 45 


IS 


3 31 




16 


9 35 


10 48 


11 14 





Twenty- Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 


Day 


s Length- 


-9I1. 58 


m. 


14 


Sunday, . . . 


6 46 


4 44 


15 


4 35 




28 


10 22 


II 40 


— . — 


15 


Monday, . . 


6 47 


4 43 


15 


5 37 


f# 


II 


II 10 


5 


28 


16 


Tuesday, . . 


6 48 


4 42 


15 


6 z^ 


f# 


23 


II 59 


50 


I 10 


17 


Wednesday, . 


6 49 


4 41 


IS 


rises 


!m; 


5 


morn 


I 30 


I 52 


18 


Thursday, . . 


6 50 


4 41 


IS 


5 56 


w 


17 


49 


2 15 


2 37 


19 


Friday, . . . 


6 si 


4 40 


14 


,6 49 


M 


29 


I 39 


2 59 


3 21 


20 


Saturday, . . 


6 52 


4 40 


14 


7 45 


M 


II 


2 28 


3 42 


4 4 





Twenty-Sixth Sunday , 


after Trinity. 


Day 


s Length- 


-gh. 46m. 


21 


Sunday, . . . 


653 


4 39 


14 


8 43 


M 


23 


3 16 


4 25 


4 47 


22 


Monday, . . 


6 54 


4 38 


14 


9 42 


^ 


5 


4 2 


5 8 


5 28 


23 


Tuesday, . . 


6 55 


4 38 


13 


10 41 


«« 


17 


4 46 


5 47 


6 7 


24 


Wednesday, . 


657 


4 37 


13 


II 42 


^ 


29 


5 29 


6 28 


6 49 


25 


Thursday, . . 


6 58 


4 37 


13 


morn 


«# 


II 


6 12 


7 12 


7 36 


26 


Friday, . . . 


6 59 


4 36 


12 


44 


^ 


24 


6 56 


8 2 


8 31 


27 


Saturday, . . 


7 


4 36 


12 


I 48 


1^= 


/ 


7 42 


9 


9 29 



First Sunday in Advent. 



Day's Length — gh. 35m. 



28 


Sunday, . . . 


7 


I 


4 36 


12 


2 


55 


^= 


21 


8 


30 


9 


59 


10 


30 


29 


Monday, . . 


7 


2 


4 35 


II 


4 


5 


£^ 


5 


9 


23 


II 


I 


" 


32 


30 


Tuesday, . . 


7 


3 


4 35 


II 


5 


19 


S*2 


19 


10 


20 


— 


— 





3 



Jewish Calendar — 5641. November 4, Rosh Hodesh Kislev. 28, Hanucah, first day. 
C Pirst Quarter, 9d. 3h. 20m. M. J) Last Quarter, 24d. Gh. 5m. A. 



14 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



+• 



12tl 


1 MONTH. 


DECEMBER, 1880. 






31 DAYS. 


DAYS, 


SUN. 


MOON. 


HIGH TIDE. 

Philadelphia. 


Month and Week. 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 

4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 


Fast 
m. 

11 

lO 
lO 

9 


Rises, 
h. m. 


Constellation. 
c. 1 d. 


Souths. 
h. m. 




Morn. 


KveQ. 


I 

2 

3 

4 


Wednesday, . 
Thursday, . . 
Friday, . . . 
Saturday, . . 


7 4 
7 5 
7 6 
7 7 


6 32 

sets 

6 22 

7 37 




4 
19 

4 
19 


II 22 

27 

1 31 

2 33 


32 

1 28 

2 22 

3 20 


I I 

1 55 

2 52 

3 47 



9 

10 
II 



12 

13 
14 

15 
16 

17 

18 



Second Sunday in Advent. 



Day*s Length — gh. 26m. 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 
Thursday, . 
Friday, . . 
Saturday, . 



Third Sunday 



Sunday, . . 
Monday, 

Tuesday, . 
Wednesday, 

Thursday, . 

Friday, . . 

Saturday, . 



7 S 


4 34 


9 


8 51 


^oS 


4 


3 31 


4 13 


7 9 


4 34 


8 


10 4 


'^ 


19 


4 24 


5 4 


7 10 


4 34 


8 


II 13 


A 


3 


5 14 


5 51 


7 II 


4 34 


8 


morn 


A 


16 


6 2 


6 37 


7 II 


4 34 


7 


19 


^ 


29 


6 47 


7 25 


712 


4 34 


7 


I 24 




12 


7 33 


8 20 


7 13 


4 34 


6 


2 28 




25 


8 19 


9 181 



39 

28 

14 
I 

51 
49 
46 



in Advent. 



Day's Length — gh. 20m. 



7 14 


4 34 


6 


3 31 


7 15 


4 35 


5 


4 32 


7 15 


4 35 


5 


5 30 


7 16 


4 36 


4 


6 26 


7 17 


4 36 


4 


rises 


7 17 


4 36 


3 


5 38 


7 18 


4 37 


3 


6 35 



9 6 

9 55 

10 44 

11 34 
morn 

24 

1 12 



10 14 

11 9 

27 

1 10 

1 53 

2 z^ 



10 41 

2 

49 
31 
15 

56' 



Fourth Sunday in Advent. 



Day's Length — gh. igm. 



19 


Sunday, . . . 


7 18 


4 37 


2 


7 34 


me 


I 


1 58 


3 16 


3 36 


20 


Monday, . . 


7 19 


4 38 


2 


8 34 


*f6 


13 


2 43 


3 56 


4 15 


21 


Tuesday, . . 


7 19 


4 38 


I 


9 33 


«^ 


25 


3 26 


4 34 


4 54 


22 


Wednesday, . 


7 19 


4 39 


I 


10 33 


^ 


7 


4 9 


5 14 


5 33 


23 


Thursday, . . 


7 20 


4 39 





ir 34 


ii# 


20 


4 51 


5 52 


6 12 


24 


Friday, . . . 


7 20 


4 40 


Slow 


morn 


■^ 


3 


5 35 


6 34 


6 56 


25 


Saturday, . . 


7 21 


4 40 


I 


38 


-# 


16 


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DIGEST OF THE PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION LAWS. 



Polls open at 7 A. M. and close at 7 P. M. 

WHO CAN VOTE. 

Every male citizen, twenty-one years of age, pos- 
sessing the following qualifications, shall be entitled 
to vote at all elections : 

1. He shall have been a citizen of the United 
States one month. 

2. He shall have resided f n the State one year ; 
or, if having previously been a qualified elector or 
native born citizen thereof, and shall have removed 
therefrom and returned, then he shall have resided 
therein slXL months immediately preceding the 
election. 

3. He shall have resided in the district where he 
intends to vote two months immediately preceding 
the election, instead of ten days, as heretofore. A 
residence is neither lost nor gained by being left in 
any poorhouse, nor while confined in prison. 

4. If twenty -two years of age, or upward, he shall 
have paid, within two years, a State or County Tax, 
which shall have been assessed at least two months 
previous to the election, and paid at least one month 
previous to the same. 

5. The " naturalized " citizen must have been 
" naturalized " at least one month before the elec- 
tion. 

6. All persons are required to take notice, that by 
the loth Amendment of the Constitution of the 
United States, it is provided that " The right of 
citizens of the United States to vote shall not be 
denied or abridged by the United States or by any 
State, on account of race, color, or previoais condition 
of servitude." 

GENERAL ELECTION. 

General Elections shall be held on the Tuesday 
next following the first Monday in November, in 
each year. 

ELECTION EOR WARD, BOROUGH, ETC. 

Elections for City, Ward, Borough and Township 
Officers, for regular terms of service, on the third 
Tuesday of February, in each year. 

MAGISTRATES. 

In Philadelphia there shall be established, for 
each thirty thousand inhabitants, one court, not of 
record, of police and civil causes, with jurisdiction 
not exceeding one hundred dollars; such courts 
shall be held by magistrates, whose term of office 
shall be five years, and they shall be elected on 
general ticket, by the qualified voters at large ; and 
in the election of the said magistrates no voter shall 
vote for more than two-thirds of the number of per- 
sona to be elected, when more than one are to be 
chosen; they shall be compensated only by fixed 
salaries, to be paid by said county ; and shall exer- 
cise such jurisdiction, civil and criminal, except as 
herein provided, as is now exercised by aldermen, 
subject to such changes, not involving an increase of 
civil jurisdiction or conferring political duties, as 
may be made by law. In Philadelphia the office of 
alderman i» abolished. 

WOMEN TO HOLD OFFICE. 

"Women twenty-one years of age, and upward, 
shall be eligible to any office of control or manage- 
ment under the school laws of this State. 
assessors; 

One Assessor is elected annually, in February, in 
each division ; but where the division is divided, on 
account of the vote exceeding two hundred and fifty, 
the Court of Common Pleas appoints in the new 
division, until the next election, the old officer hold- 
ing over in the original division. 

The Assessor takes the transcript of the former 
assessment and revises it, visiting every house in his 
district and inquiring who has died or removed, who 



remains and who has moved into the division, and 
adds or erases the names, as the case may be. He 
then makes out an alphabetical list of the persons 
entitled to vote. Prior to the first Monday of August, 
the Assessor must put a copy of the registry of 
electors on the door of, or on the division house, and 
retain one other copy in his possession, for the 
inspection, free of charge, of any person in the dis- 
trict, and from time to time to add to the list the 
names of persons entitled to vote, upon personal 
application ; and opposite each name shall give the 
number of house, occupation, whether housekeeper ; 
if not, with whom he boards, and name of employer ; 
and opposite each name write the word '''■voter ;'''' if 
naturalized, mark the letter "iV;" where he has 
declared his intentions and designs to be naturalized 
before the next election, mark "D. /.;" where 
entitled to be naturalized under existing laws, with- 
out making a declaration of intention, and intends 
to be naturalized at least one month before the next 
general election, mark " I. N. ; " where on age, 
mark "agre," and if moved into the district since 
last election, to reside, mark " i?.;" then make out 
a separate list of new assessments, and return all 
lists to the County Commissioners, who shall cause 
the same to be printed and posted on the voting place 
for each division, for inspection. On the sixty-first 
and sixty-second days prior to the Tuesday after the 
first Monday of November, the Assessor must sit at 
the division house from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., and from 
6 p. M. to 9 p. M., for the purpose of adding to the list 
the names of persons entitled to vote, and of striking 
from the list the names of fictitious persons, and of 
persons who have died or removed from the division. 

fine and IMPRISONMENT OF ASSESSORS. 

A penalty, of fine and imprisonment, for an As- 
sessor knoAvingly assessing any person who is not a 
voter, or refusing to assess a person who is qualified, 
is provided. 

APPEAL TO BE MADE IN COURT. 

In addition, the Court of Common Pleas, or any 
judge thereof, at any time before the day of election, 
upon complaint before it or him under oath of a 
breach of any of the duties imposed on the Assessor, 
can call the Assessor before it or him, and hear the 
parties and dispose of the subject^ in a summary 
manner, as to law and justice belong, and, if need 
be, order the Assessor to correct the registry accord- 
ingly, and enforce such order by attachment or 
proceedings upon contempt. The Court of Common 
Pleas has no power to add a name to the Assessor's 
list unless the party has made application to the 
Assessor to have his name put upon the list, or the 
Assessor has been guilty of gross bad faith in the dis- 
charge of the duties of the office. 

The Assessors shall each receive the same com- 
pensation, for the time necessarily spent in perform- 
ing the duties, as provided by law to Assessors 
making valuations, to be paid by the County Com- 
missioners. It shall not be lawful for any Assessor 
to assess a tax against any person within sixty-one 
days preceding the annual November election, and 
any Election officer. Assessor or Overseer who shall 
neglect their duty, shall be subject to a fine of on© 
hundred 'dollars. 

ASSESSORS APPOINTED. 

In districts where an Assessor has not been elected, 
the Court of Common Pleas shall appoint a reputable 
person to the position. 

At the election held on the third Tuesday of Feb- 
ruary, each district shall elect one Judge, and two 
Inspectors, and an Assessor. 

The respective Assessors, Inspectors, Judges and 
Overseers shall each have the power to administer 



oaths to any person claiming the right to be assessed, 
or the right of suffrage. 

WHO CAN BE ELECTION OFFICERS. 

Ko one can be an election officer who holds, or 
has held within two months of the election, any 
office, appointment or employment in or under the 
government of the United States, or of this State, 
or of any municipal board, commission or trust, in 
any city. This excludes an objectionable class of 
persons who have heretofore figured largely among 
the election officers. 

ELECTION OFFICEES. 

District Election Boards shall consist of a Judge 
and two Inspectors ; each elector may vote for one 
person for Judge and one person for Inspector, the 
person receiving the highest number of votes to be 
Judge, and the two receiving the highest number of 
votes for Inspectors to be Inspectors. Each in- 
spector appoints a Clerk, who must be a qualified 
elector of the division. The Judge, Inspectors and 
Clerks each receive five dollars * Service upon an 
Election Board exempts the party so serving from 
jury duty for a year. 

FILLING VACANCIES. 

The manner of filling vacancies in the Board of 
Election Officers on the day of election, under the 
Act of 1839, is as follows : If the minority Inspctor 
shall not attend on election day, the defeated 
minority candidate for Judge of election acts as the 
minority Inspector. If the majority Inspector shall 
not attend, the Judge appoints an Inspector. If the 
Judge shall not attend, the majority Inspector ap- 
points a Judge. If any vacancy is not filled within 
an hour after the opening of the polls, the voters of 
the division elect a person to fill the vacancy. In 
case of a tie vote for Judge, the majorit}^ Inspector 
appoints a Judge, and in the event of a tie vote for 
Judge and Inspectors, a curbstone election is to be 
held on the morning of election. The Court of 
Common Pleas has decided that this Act of Assem- 
bly must be followed in filling vacancies, wherever 
the counsel representing the different political par- 
ties cannot agree as to persons to be appointed. 
The Court recommends that to avoid the confusion 
and perhaps violence, attending a curbstone elec- 
tion, that the representatives of the two parties 
agree upon persons to be appointed by the Court. 

OVERSEERS. 

Two Overseers shall be appointed by the Court of 
Common Pleas, on the application of five citizens of 
an election division. They have a right to supervise 
the proceedings of election officers, may report to 
the Court, and where the election officers differ in 
opinion, the Overseers, if they agree, may decide the 
difference. Their pay shall be five dollars each. * 

VACANCY IN ELECTION BOARDS. 

Where a new district has been made, the Court of 
Common Pleas shall, ten days before any general or 
special election, appoint competent persons to fill 
the vacancies, the Inspectors of any election district 
not to be of the same political party ; but the Judge, 
in all cases, must be of the party having a majority 
of the Vjtes in said district. 

CUSTODY or REGISTRY. 

The J-adge of the election shall designate one of 
the Inspectors to have the custody of the registry of 
voters, and make the entries therein required by 
law, the other to receive and number the ballots 
presented ?.t said election. 

BALLOTS SHALL BE NUMBERED. 

Every ballot snail be numbered in the order in 
which it shall be received, and the number recorded 
by the Clerk opposite the name of the elector. The 



* This applies to Philadelphia. The compensation is regu- 
lated by law and is not the same in all counties. 



several tickets so voted shall be numbered with the 
number corresponding with the number to the name 
of the voter. An elector may write his name on his 
ticket, or cause it to be written thereon and attested 
by a citizen of the district. 

THE elector's VOTE NOT TO BE DISCLOSED. 

Election ofiicers shall be sworn (or affirmed) not 
to disclose how any elector shall have voted; the 
Judge to be sworn by the minority Inspector, and 
the Inspectors, Overseers and Clerks by the Judge. 
If any election officers shall act without being first 
sworn, or if any officer of election shall sign the form 
of oath without being duly sworn, he shall be guilty 
of a misdemeanor. All are to be sworn in the pres- 
ence of each other. 

THE RESIDENCE REQUIRED. 

Any person who shall have moved from one divi- 
sion to another within two months of an election, is 
not entitled to vote in either. 

TAXES. 

To entitle a person to vote, he shall have paid a 
State or County tax within tAvo years, wliich was 
assessed two months, and paid at least one month, 
before the election. The tax receipt is the best evi- 
dence of such payment. If the receipt be lost or 
destroyed, the citizen's oath to the payment is siif- 
ficient. The tax need not be a poll tax ; any tax 
assessed by authority of the State or a county is 
sufficient. This does not include licenses. 

PERSONS WHOSE NAMES ARE NOT ON THE REGISTRY 
LIST WILL VOTE. 

Any person whose name shall not appear on the 
registry of voters, and who claims a right to vote, 
shall produce at least one qualified voter of the 
district, as a voucher that the claimant has resided 
in the division for two months immediately preceding 
the election, and subscribe to the same, under oath, 
and the claimant must also make oath that he has 
been a citizen of the United States one month, and 
resided in the State one year; or if formerly an 
elector or native born citizen thereof, and has re- 
moved and returned, has resided therein six months, 
and has resided in said election district two months 
preceding the election, and that if of twenty-two 
years and upward, has paid a city or county tax, 
which was assessed at least two months, and paid 
one month before the said election. If a naturalized 
citizen, state when, where, and by what Court, he 
was naturalized, and such other evidence as may be 
required ; and all such affidavits shall be preserved 
by the election board, and filed with the other papers. 
The forms for these affidavits are furnished to the 
election officers by the County Commissioners. 

If the election officers shall find the applicant 
possesses the right to vote, he shall be permitted to 
vote, and his name added to the list of taxables, the 
word " tax " being added. When he claims to vote 
on age, the word " age " being added. 

RIGHT OF CHALLENGE. 

Any qualified voter of the district can challenge a 
voter, even if the name is on the list. In case of 
challenge, the proof required is the same as for a 
person claiming a right to vote without being upon 
the Assessor's list. 

PERSONS NOT RESIDENT NOT TO INTERFERE. 

It is a misdemeanor for any person not a resident 
of the division to use any intimidation or violence to 
prevent any officer of election from performing his 
duties ; or to prevent any person from exercising his 
right to vote ; or to prevent any person from exer- 
cising his right to challenge a person offering to vote. 

PRINTING THE TICKETS. 

In arranging and printing the tickets, the rule 
heretofore laid down must be followed, viz. : 

All the Judges on one ticket, labeled *' Judiciary ; " 
all the county officers, including members of Con- 



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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



IS, and of the Legislature, on one ticket, labeled 
*• County ; " all State officers, including electors, on 
one ticket, labeled " State." Upon the inside of the 
ticket is to be designated the particular oflace of the 
candidate. . 

CLOSING OF THE POLLS AND COUNTINO THE VOTES. 

As soon as the polls shall close, the officers of the 
election shall proceed to count all the votes cast for 
each candidate voted for. 

The vote, as soon as counted, shall be publicly and 
fully declared, from the window, to the citizens 
present, and a brief statement, showing the votes 
received by each candidate, shall be made and 
signed by the election officers as soon as the vote is 
counted, and immediately posted up on the door of 
the election house, for infornjation of the public. It 
is a misdemeanor for any person to wilfully and 
maliciously tear, deface or destroy the statement or 
return so put up. 

HOW RETURNS ARE TO BE MADE OUT. 

The returns shall be made out in triplicate, with, 
in addition, a return sheet, in all of wliich the votes 
received by each candidate shall be given after his 
name, first in words and again in figures, and signed 
by all the officers and the overseers, or if the over- 
seers decline to sign the returns, they shall certify 
therein their reasons for so declining, specifying 
wherein the election has been improper or illegal. 
Of these returns, one is placed in the box, and the 
other two in envelopes, sealed up, one of the envel- 
opes is given to the minority inspector to keep, and 
the other, with the return sheet, is taken to the 
Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas. The 
other of the triplicate returns is sealed up with the 
ballots in the box, 

RETURNS TO BE FILED. 

All Judges shall, before 2 o'clock, p. m. of the day 
after the election, deliver said return, together with 
return sheet, to the Prothonotary of the Court of 
Common Pleas, who shall, at 12 o'clock on the 
second day after the election, present said returns to 
the Judges of said court. The return sheet is filed 
and preserved for public inspection. 

JUDGES TO COMPUTE THE RETURNS. 

The Judges of the Court of Common Pleas shall 
compute the returns, and give the certificate of elec- 
tion, under seal of said court, to the proper person. 
If any palpable fraud or mistake is complained of, the 
court shall examine into the matter, and if neces- 
sary, issue summons for all parties interested, and 
determine according to the evidence, within three 
days after the returns are brought in, which deter- 
mination, however, shall not be deemed a judicial 
adjudication to conclude any contest that may occur. 

BALLOT BOXES. 

Whenever a place has been or shall be provided 
by the authorities for the safe keeping of the ballot 
boxes, the Judge and minority Inspector shall, after 
the election be finished, and the ballot boxes con- 
iaining the tickets, list of voters and other papers, 
securely bound with tape and sealed, and the signa- 
ture of the Judge and Inspectors affixed thereto, 
forthwith deliver the same to the Mayor and Recorder 
of the city. 

CONTESTED ELECTIONS. 

In trials of contested elections, and in proceedings 
for the investigation of elections (which will include 
the proceedings before the Judges of the court in 
receiving and counting the returns), a witness is 
compelled to testify, although his evidence may 
tend to criminate himself; but such testimony shall 
not afterwards be used against them, except for 
perjury in giving their testimony. 

ELECTORS FREE FROM ARREST. 

Electors shall, in all casos except treason, felony 
or breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest in 



going and returning from elections. Election officers 
are privileged from arrest upon election day, and 
while engaged in making up and transmitting re- 
turns, except upon warrant of a court of record or 
Judge thereof, for an election fraud, for felony, or 
for wanton breach of the peace. 

BRIBERY OR OFFERING TO BRIBE. 

Any person who shall give, or promise to give, an 
elector any money, reward or other valuable consid- 
eration for his vote, or in any way influence the 
voter by any unlawful means, and any elector who 
receives any such thing, shall forfeit his right to 
vote, and may be challenged for the same. 

CANDIDATES VIOLATING THE LAW. 

Any person who, while a candidate for office, shall 
be guilty of the violation of any election law, shall 
be disqualified from holding an office of trust and 
profit in this commonwealth ; and any person con- 
victed of wilful violation of the election laws shall be 
deprived of the right of suffrage for four years. 

PROTHONOTARIES AND NATURALIZATION. 

Any Prothonotary who shall issue, or cause to be 
issued, any fraudulent naturalization paper, shall be 
subject to fine and imprisonment. 

WHO CANNOT BE DEPRIVED OP THEIR VOTE. 

Persons in the service of the United States, or of 
the State, cannot be deprived of their vote. 

DEFACING LISTS OF VOTERS. 

Any person who shall alter, deface or destroy, or 
tear any list of voters, or who shall, on election day, 
intefere with any of the officers of elections, or with 
any qualified voters, shall be subject to fine and 
imprisonment. 

Election districts in cities of over one hundred 
thousand population, must be divided by the Court 
of Quarter Sessions whenever, at the next precedihg 
election, more than two hundred and fifty votes shall 
have been polled therein. 

When there are more names on a ticket for a 
particular office than there are persons to be elected 
to that office, such votes must be altogether rejected. 
Eor example, if four persons are voted for upon one 
ticket for School Directors when but three are to be 
elected, such ticket cannot be counted at all in com- 
puting the vote for School Directors, nor where four 
persons are voted for under the general heading of 
"School Directors," where three are for full terms 
and one to fill a vacancy. 

Judges, Inspectors and Clerks are annual officers. 
Overseers are appointed for the particular election 
only. 

Money bet upon the event of an election and de- 
posited with a stakfiholder, may be recovered back 
if demand be made before the money is paid over to 
the winner, though after the result of the election is 
known. 

An election officer is liable in damages for refusing 
a vote from improper motives. 

Residence is a question of intention, but to con- 
stitute a change of residence some act must be done 
in pursuance of the intention. 

The holding of elections at tlie place, fixed by law 
is mandatory, and cannot properly be omitted. 

In case of the destruction of a designated building 
on the eve of an election, the election might be held 
on the same or contiguous ground as a matter of 
necessity ; but in all cases the necessity must be ab- 
solute, discarding all mere ideas of convenience. 

A certificate of naturalization cannot be impeached 
collaterally ; until vacated for fraud by the Court 
issuing it, it is conclusive of the fact of naturalization. 

The Supreme Court of the State in 1867, with the 
Chief Justice dissenting, decided that where a ma- 
jority of the votes are cast for a disqualified person, 
the next in vote is not to be returned as elected. 



-♦Hi-* 



DEMOCRATIC STATE COKYEKTIOIN. 



Met at Harrisburg, July 16, 1879. Robert E. ; 
James, of Northampton, temporary chairman ; ' 
Alexander H. Coffroth, of Somerset, permanent pres- j 
ident. Daniel 0. Barr, of Allegheny, was nominated ; 
for State Treasurer by acclamation. Lewis C. 
Cassidy, chairman of the committee on resolutions, 
reported the following platform, which was adopted 
unanimously : 

First. That we the Democratic party of Pennsyl- 
vania, in convention assembled, renew our vows of 
fidelity to the fundamental principles proclaimed and 
practiced by the illustrious men who settled our free 
institutions, and founded the Democratic party to 
protect and preserve them. 

Second. That the just powers of the Federal 
Union, the rights of the States and the liberties of 
the people, are vital parts of one harmonious system ; 
and to save each part in its whole constitutional 
vigor is to '-s.u^e the life of the nation." 

Third. That the Democratic party maintains, as 
it ever has maintained, that the military are, and 
ought to be, in all things subordinate to the civil au- 
thorities. It denies, as it ever has denied, the right 
of the Federal administration to keep on foot, at the 
general expense, a standing army to Invade the 
States for political purposes, without regard to con- 
stitutional restrictions, to control the people at the 
polls, to protect and encourage fraudulent counts of 
the votes, or to inaugurate candidates rejected by 
the majority. 

Fourth. That the right to a free ballot is the right 
preservative of all rights, the only means of peace- 
fully redressing grievances and reforming abuses. 
The presence at the polls of a rt'gular military force, 
and of a host of hireling officials, claiming the 
power to arrest and imprison citizens without war- 
rant or hearing, destroys all freedom of elections, 
and upturns the very foundation of self-government. 
We call upon all good citizens to aid us in preserving 
our institutions from destruction by these imperial 
methods of supervising the right of suffrage and co- 
ercing the popular will; in keeping the way to the 
ballot-box open and free, as it was to our fathers; in 
removing the army to a safe distance when the peo- 
ple assemble to express their sovereign pleasure at 
tlie, polls, and in securing obedience to their will, 
when legally expressed by their votes. 

Fifth. That Rutherford B. Hayes having been 
placed in power against the well known and legally 
expressed will of the people, is the representative of 
a conspiracy only, and his claim of right to surround 
the ballot-boxes with troops and deputy marshals to 
intimidate and obstruct the electors, and his un- 
precedented use of the veto to maintain this uncon- 



stitutional and despotic power, are an insult and a 
menace to the country. 

Sixth. That the Democratic party, as of old, favors 
a constitutional currency of gold and silver, and of 
paper convertible into coin. 

Seventh. That we are opposed to the system of 
subsidies by the General Government under which 
during the period of Republican ascendency, politi- 
cal rings and coi'porations profited at the people's 
expense, and to any appropriations of the public 
moneys or the public credit to any object but the 
public service. The reforms and economies enforced 
by the Democratic party, since its advent to power 
in the lower House of Congress, have saved to the 
people many millions of dollars, and we believe that 
a like result w^ould follow its restoration to power in 
the State of Pennsylvania. 

Eighth. That the Democratic party being the 
natural friend of the workingman, and having 
throughout its history stood between him and op- 
pression, renews its expression of symjjathy for labor 
and its promise of protection to its rights. 

Ninth. That we look with alarm and apprehension 
upon the pretentions of the great transportation 
companies to be above the fundamental law of this 
Commonwealth, which governs all else within our 
borders, and until they accept the Constitution of 
1873 in good faith, they should remain objects of the 
utmost vigilance and jealousy by both Legislature 
and people. 

Tenth. That the recent attempt under the personal 
direction of ruling Republican leaders to debauch the 
Legislature by wholesale bribery and corruption, and 
take from the Commonwealth four millions of dol- 
lars, for which its liability had never been ascer- 
tained, is a fresh and alarming evidence of the 
aggressiveness of corporate power in collusion with 
political rings, and should receive the signal con- 
demnation of the people at the polls. 

Eleventh. That the present condition of the State 
Treasury, a bankrupt general fund, and even schools 
and charities unable to get the money long since 
appropriated to their support, is a sufliicient illustra- 
tion of the reckless financial mismanagement of the 
Republican party. 

Tivelfth. That in D. 0. Barr, this day nominated 
for State Treasurer, we present a candidate entitled 
to the confidence of the people ; one who, if elected, 
will keep the public moneys safely, make known his 
places of deposit, hold his books and papers open to 
inspection, and preserve the Commonwealth from 
any repetition of the systematic embezzlements of 
interest and other spoliations which marked the 
long and scandalous career of the Republican Treas- 
ury " ring." 



HEPUBIilCAN STATE CONTEKTIOK. 



Met at Harrisburg, July 23, 1879. Lewis W. Hall, 
of Dauphin, temporary chairman ; Galusha A. Grow, 
of Susiq^ueha,nna, permanent president. Samuel 
Butler, of Chester, was nominated by acclamation for 
-State .Treasurer. Thomas V, Cooper, of Delaware, 
chairman of the committee on resolutions, reported 
>th« > following platform, which was adopted unan- 
imously : 

First. That ■ the Republican party, again forced 
•to stand' forward for the defense of human rights 
after a struggle lasting through a generation, 
finds itself confronted by the same foes of Federal 
unity, political freedom and national honor which 



it has so often overthrown in civil contests and in 
armed conflict. 

Second. That we appeal to the Union-loving peo- 
ple of Pennsylvania to arrest, by their votes, the 
mad career of the Democratic party, which insists 
upon placing the National Government under the 
domination of men who but lately fought to destroy 
it, and who are now plotting to give triumph to the 
doctrine they failed to establish in the field — the es- 
tablishment of State sovereignty by the overthrow 
of national supremacy. 

Third. We declare our implacable hostility to the 
repeal of the national laws which protect the purity 



of the ballot-box and secure fair elections. The elec- 
tion of Congressmen and Presidental electors being 
clearly subject to national control, any attempt to 
throw ofif that control is simply an effort to establish 
fraud at national elections. Honest suffrage, equal 
rights, the unity of the nation and the supremacy of 
the National Government in all matters placed by the 
Constitution under its control, can be maintained 
only by the Republican party, which is alone com- 
mitted to their defense. 

Fourth. That the Democratic party, having com- 
mitted itself to an attempt to break up the govern- 
ment by refusing to appropriate moneys already col- 
lected from the people to sustain the government, 
unless the Executive shall sanction measures in- 
tended to foster fraud, violence and corruption in 
the national elections and to impair the constitu- 
tional supremacy of the nation, deserves and invites 
the signal condemnation of every law-abiding and 
honest citizen. 

Fifth. That we are in favor of the discharge of 
the national debt in coin, according to the under- 
standing between the government and the lender ; 
of a paper currency redeemable in coin; and of 
the existing national banking system. We con- 
gratulate the country upon returning national pros- 
perity, and upon the accomplishment, under a Re- 
publican national administration, of the successful 
resumption of specie payments. Our currency — the 
best ever afforded the country — is restored to its par 
value ; the national credit has been maintained and 
strengthened and the burden of the national debt 
largely reduced. To complete what has been so 
well done, we demand that our present financial 
system remain undisturbed. 

Sixth. That to the policy and practice of protec- 
tion to home industry and home production in- 
augurated and sustained by the Republican party 
we are indebted for the growth and development of 
our domestic and foreign commerce and for the 
prosperous condition and strength of the national 
finances, and tliat to the continuance of that policy 
must we look in the tuture for assured prosperity 
and peace throughout our whole country. In fos- 
tering the same we desire to ensure constant em- 
ployment to labor at remunerative wages. 

Seventh. That the firm stand of the President in 
vindicating the prerogatives of the co-ordinate de- 
partments of the government meets the hearty ap- 
proval of the Republican party of Pennsylvania. 



Eighth. We call on the veteran soldiers of the 
war for the Union to join us in resenting the unjust 
expulsion of their wounded comrades from office by 
the Democratic Congress, and the transfer of their 
places to rebel soldiers, whose chief recommenda- 
tion seems to be unrepentant treason and unending 
hate of the nation. 

Ninth. That we earnestly sympathize with our 
Southern Republican brethren who are now pass- 
ing under the harroAV of political persecution. We 
bid them be of good cheer. Fraud and force cannot 
always triumph, even in a region where fraud and 
force find a congenial home. If a solid South now 
deprives them of their just rights, a solid North will 
not fail in due time to secure them that perfect free- 
dom which is the birthright and inheritance of 
every American citizen. 

Tenth. That the United States of America is a 
nation, not a league. Its Constitution and all laws 
made in pursuance thereof are the supreme law of 
the land, anything in the Constitution or laws of a 
State to the contrary, notwithstanding. 

Eleventh. That the tribunal established by the 
Constitution to determine whether the laws are 
made in pursuance thereof is the Supreme Court of 
the United States. All laws once enacted, unless 
repealed by the law-making power, or declared void 
by said Court, neither law-maker, citizen nor State 
has a right to nullify. 

Twelfth. That the success of the administration of 
the State under the management of the Republican 
party, the steady reduction of the State debt and the 
enforced compliment of the present Democratic 
Treasurer, that not one dollar of the public funds 
had been lost or misplaced during the seventeen 
years of Republican custody of the funds, prove 
that official integrity and financial skill have been 
the benefits conferred by our party on the tax -payers 
of the State, and merits the approval of the people of 
Pennsylvania. 

Thirteenth. That we pledge ourselves in favor of 
such legislation as will prevent unlawful and un- 
constitutional discrimination in freights by the carry- 
ing companies of the country. 

Fourteenth. That we heartily endorse the admin- 
istration of Governor Hoyt, and the stalwart atti- 
tude of Senator Cameron, and the Republican 
members of the House of Representatives, in resisting 
the revolutionary riders so persistently pressed by 
the Democrats in Congress. 



PAHTY piii:n^cipi.es. 



Republican National Platform, 

ADOPTED AT CINCINNATI, JUNE 16, 1876. 

When in the economy of Providence this land 
was to be purged of human slavery, and when the 
strength of the government of the people, by the 
people, for the people, was to be demonstrated, the 
Republican party came into power. Its deeds have 
passed into history, and we look back to them with 
pride, incited by their memories and high aims for 
the good of our country and mankind; and, looking 
to the future with unfaltering con rage, hope and 
purpose, we, the representatives of the party in 
National Convention assembled, make the following 
declaration of principles : 

. First. The United States of America is a nation, 
not a league. By the combined workings of the 
National and State Governments under their respec- 
tive Constitutions, the rights of every citizen are 
secured at home and protected abroad and the 
common welfare promoted. 



Second. The Republican party has preserved 
those governments to the one hundredth anniversary 
of the nation's birth, and they are now embodiments 
of the great truths spoken at its cradle that all men 
are created eq^ual ; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights, among 
which are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ; 
that for the attainment of these ends, governments 
have been instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; until 
these truths are cheerfully obeyed, or, if needed be, 
vigorously enforced, the work of the Republican 
party is unfinished. 

Third. The permanent pacification of the South- 
ern section of the Union, the complete protection 
of all its citizens in the free enjoyment of all 
their rights, are duties to which the Republican 
party is sacredly pledged. The power to provide 
for the enforcement of the principles embodied in 
the recent constitutional amendments is vested by 
those amendments in the Congress of the United 



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THE TIMES ALMANAC—PHILADELPHIA. 



States, and we declare it to be the solemn obligation 
of the legislative and executive departments of the 
government to put into immediate and vigorous 
exercise all their constitutional powers for removing 
any just causes of discontent on the part of any 
class, and securing to every American citizen com- 
plete liberty and exact equality in the exercise of all 
civil, political and public rights. To this end we 
imperatively demand a Congress and Chief Execu- 
tive whose courage and fidelity to these duties shall 
not falter until these results are placed beyond 
dispute or recall. 

Fourth. In the first act of Congress signed by 
President Grant, the National Government assumed 
to remove any doubts of purpose to discharge all 
just obligations to public creditors, and solemnly 
pledged its faith to make provision at the earliest 
practicable period for redemption of the United 
States notes in coin. Commercial prosperity, public 
merits and national credit demand that this promise 
be fulfilled by a continuous and steady progress to 
specie payment. 

Fifth, Under the Constitution the President and 
heads of departments are to make nominations for 
office, the Senate is to advise and consent to appoint- 
ments, and the House of Representatives is to accuse 
and prosecute faithless officers. The best interests 
of the public service demand that this distinction be 
respected, that Senators and Representatives who 
who may be judges and accusers should not dictate 
appointments to office. The invariable rule for 
appointments should have reference to the honesty, 
fidelity and capacity of appointees, giving to the 
party in power those places where harmony and 
vigor of administration requires its policy to be 
represented, but permitting all others to be filled by 
persons selected with the sole reference to efficiency 
of public service, and the right of citizens to share 
in the honor of rendering faithful service to the 
country. 

Sixth. We rejoice in the quickened conscience of 
the people concerning political affairs, and will hold 
all public officers to a rigid responsibility, and engage 
that the prosecution and punishment of all who 
betray official trust shall be speedy, thorough and 
unsparing. 

Seventh. The public school system of the several 
States is the bulwark of the American llepublic, and 
with a view to its security and permanence we 
recommend an amendment to the Constitution of 
the United States forbidding the application of any 
public fund or property for the benefit of any school 
or institution under sectarian control. 

Eighth. The revenue necessary for current ex- 
penditures and the obligations of the public debt 
must be largely derived from the duties upon impor- 
tations, which, so far as possible, should be adjusted 
to promote the interests of American labor, and ad- 
vance the prosperity of the whole country. 

Ninth. We reaffirm our opposition to further 
grants of the public lands to corporations and mo- 
nopolies, and demand that the national domain be 
devoted to free homes for the people. 

Tenth. It is the imperative duty of the government 
to modify existing treaties with European govern- 
ments that the same protection shall be afforded to 
adopted American citizens that is given to native 
born, and all necessary laws be passed to protect 
emigrants in the absence of power in the State for 
that purpose. 

Eleventh. It is the immediate duty of Congress 
to fully investigate the eff"ect of the emigration and 
importation of Mongolians on the moral and material 
interests of the country. 

Twelfth. The Republican party recognizes with 
approval the substantial advance recently made to- 



ward the establishment of equal rights for women 
by the many important amendments, effected by Re- 
publican Legislatures, in the laws which concern the 
personal and property relations of wives, mothers and 
widows, and by tho appointment and election of 
women to tho superintendence of education, charitic s 
and other public trusts ; the honest demands of this 
class of citizens for additional rights and privileges 
and immunities should be treated with respectful 
consideration. 

Thirteenth. The Constitution confers upon Con- 
gress sovereign power over the Territories of the 
United States for their government, and in the 
exercise of this power it is the right and duty of 
Congress to prohibit and extirpate in tho Territories 
that relic of barbarism — polygamy ; and we demand 
such legislation as shall secure this end, and the 
supremacy of American institutions in all the Terri- 
tories. 

Fourteenth. The pledges which the nation has 
given to our soldiers and sailors must be fulfilled ; a 
grateful people will always hold those who periled 
their lives for the country's preservation in the 
kindest remembrance. 

Fifteenth. We sincerely deprecate all sectional 
feeling and tendencies. We, therefore, note with 
deep solicitude that the Democratic party counts, as 
its chief hope of success, upon the electoral vote of a 
united South, secured through the efforts of those 
who were recently arrayed against the nation, and 
we invoke the earnest attention of tho country to the 
grave truth that a success thus achieved would re- 
open sectional strife and imperil national honor and 
human rights. 

Sixteenth. Wo charge the Democratic party as 
being the same in character and spirit as when it 
sympathized with treason, and with making its con- 
trol of the House of Representatives the triumph 
and opportunity of the nation's recent foes; with 
reasserting and applauding in the National Capital 
the sentiments of unrepented rebellion; with send- 
ing Union soldiers to the rear ; with deliberately pro- 
posing to repudiate the plighted faith of the govern- 
ment; with being equally false and imbecile upon 
the overshadowing financial question ; with thwart- 
ing the ends of justice by its partisan mismanage- 
ment and obstruction of investigation ; with proving 
itself, through the period of its ascendancy in the 
lower House of Congress, utterly incompetent to 
administer the government. We warn the country 
against trusting a party thus alike unworthy, re- 
creant and incapable. 

Seventeenth. The national administration merits 
commendation for its honorable work in the manage- 
ment of domestic and foreign affairs, and President 
Grant deserves the continued and hearty gratitude 
of the American people for his patriotism and his 
immense service in war and in peace. 

A motion was made by Mr. Pierce, of Massachu- 
setts, to strike out all reference to Mongolian immi- 
gration, which was adopted, and the resolutions were 
then agreed to. 



Democratic National Platform, 

ADOPTED AT ST. LOUIS, JUNE 28, 1876. 

We, the delegates of the Democratic party of the 
United States, in National Convention assembled, do 
hereby declare the administration of the Federal 
Government to be in urgent need of immediate re- 
form, do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this 
convention, and of the Democratic party in each 
State, a zealous eff"ort and co-operation to this end, 
and do hereby appeal to our fellow-citizens of every 
former political connection to undertake with us 



this first and most pressing patriotic duty. For the 
Democracy of the whole country, we do here re- 
affirm our faith in the permanency of the Federal 
Union, our devotion to the Constitution of the 
United States, with its amendments, universally 
accepted as a final settlement of the controversies 
that engendered civil war, and do here record our 
steadfast confidence in the perpetuity of republican 
self-government; in absolute acquiescence in the 
will of the majority — the vital principles of repub- 
lics ; in the supremacy of the civil over the military 
authority; in the total separation of Church and 
State, for the sake alike of civil and religious free- 
dom; in the equality of all citizens before just laws 
of their own enactment ; in the liberty of individual 
conduct, un vexed by sumptuary laws ; in the faith- 
ful education of the rising generation, that they may 
preserve, enjoy and transmit these best conditions 
of human happiness and hope. We behold the 
noblest products of a hundred years of changeful 
history, but while upholding the bond of our union 
and great charter of these our rights, it behooves a 
free people to practice also that eternal vigilance 
which is the price of liberty. 

Reform is necessary to rebuild and establish in 
the hearts of the whole people the Union, eleven 
years ago happily rescued from the danger of a 
secession of States, but now to be saved from a 
corrupt centralism, which, after inflicting upon ten 
States the rapine of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey- 
combed the oifices of the Federal Government itself 
^Aith incapacity, waste and fraud, infected States 
and municipalities with the contagion of misrule, 
and locked fast the prosperity of an industrious 
people in the paralysis of hard times. Reform is 
necessary to establish a sound currency, restore the 
public credit, and maintain the national honor. 

We denounce the failure for all these eleven years, 
to make good the promise of the legal-tender notes, 
which are a changing standard of value in the hands 
of the people, and the non-payment of which is a 
disregard of the plighted faith of the nation. We 
denounce the improvidence, which in eleven years 
of peace has taken from the people, in Federal taxes, 
thirteen times the whole amount of the legal-tender 
notes, and squandered four times this sum in useless 
expense, without accumulating any reserve for their 
redemption. We denounce the financial imbecility 
and immorality of that party which, during eleven 
years of peace, has made no advance toward re- 
sumption ; that, instead, has obstructed resumption 
by wasting our resources and exhausting all our 
surplus income, and while annually professing to 
intend a speedy return to specie payments, has 
annually enacted fresh hindrances thereto. As such 
a hindrance, we denounce the resumption clause of 
the act of 1875, and we here demand its repeal. 

We demand a judicious system of preparation by 
public economies, by official retrenchments and by 
wise finance, which shall enable the nation soon to 
assure the whole world of its perfect ability and its 
perfect readiness to meet any of its promises at the 
call of the creditor entitled to payment. We believe 
such a system, well devised, and above all entrusted 
to competent hands for execution, creating at no 
time an artificial scarcity of currency, and at no time 
alarming the public mind into a withdrawal of that 
vaster machinery of credit by which ninety-five per 
cent, of all business transactions are performed ; a 
system open, public, and inspiring general confidence 
would, from the day of its adoption, bring healing on 
its wings to all our harassed industry, and set in 
motion the wheels of commerce, manufactures and 
the mechanical arts, restore employment to labor, 
and renew in all its national source the prosperity of 
the people. 



Reform is necessary in the sum and mode of Federal 
taxation to the end that capital may be set free from 
distrust and labor lightly burdened. We denounce 
the present tarifl" levied upon nearly four thousand 
articles as a masterpiece of injustice, inequality and 
false pretense. It yields a dwindling, not a yearly 
rising revenue. It has impoverished many industries 
to subsidize a few. It prohibits imports that might 
purchase the products of American labor. It has 
degraded American commerce from the first to an 
inferior rank upon the high seas. It has cut down the 
sales of American manufactures at home and abroad, 
and depleted the returns of American agriculture, an 
industry followed by half our people. It costs the 
people five times more than it produces to the 
Treasury, obstructs the processes of production and 
wastes the fruits of labor. It promotes fraud and 
fosters smuggling, enriches dishonest officials and 
bankrupts honest merchants. We demand that all 
custom house taxation shall be only for revenue. 

Reform is necessary in the scale of public ex- 
pense — Federal, State and municipal. Our Federal 
taxation has swollen from sixty millions, gold, in 
1860, to four hundred and fifty millions, currency, 
in 1870 ; our aggregate taxation from one hundred 
and fifty-four millions, gold, in 1860, to seven hun- 
dred and thirty millions, currency, in 1870, or in 
one decade from less than five dollars per head to 
more than eighteen dollars per head. Since the 
peace the people have paid to their tax-gatherers 
more than thrice the sum of the National debt, and 
more than twice that sum for the Federal Govern- 
ment alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in 
every department and from every officer of the 
government. 

Reform is necessary to put a stop to the profligate 
waste of public lands and their diversion from actual 
settlers by the party in power, which has squandered 
two hundred millions of acres upon railroads alone, 
and out of more than thrice that aggregate has 
disposed of less than a sixth direct! 3'^ to tillers of the 
soil. 

Reform is necessary to correct the omissions of 
Republican Congresses and the errors of our treaties 
and our diplomacy, which has stripped our fellow- 
citizens of foreign birth and kindred race, re-crossing 
the Atlantic, of the shield of American citizenship, 
and exposed our brethren of the Pacific coast to the 
incursions of a race not sprung from the same great 
parent stock, and in fact now by law denied citizen- 
ship, through naturalization, as being neither accus- 
tomed to the traditions of a progressive civilization 
nor exercised in liberty under equal laws. We de- 
nounce the policy which thus discards the liberty- 
loving German and tolerates the revival of the coolie 
trade in Mongolian women, imported for immoral 
purposes, and Mongolian men, hired to perform 
servile labor contracts, and demand such modifica- 
tion of the treaty with the Chinese Empire, or such 
legislation by Congress within a Constitutional 
limitation, as to prevent the further importation or 
immigration of the Mongolian race. 

Reform is necessary, and can never be effected 
but by making it the controlling issue of elections, 
and lifting it above the two false issues with which 
the office-holding class and the party in power 
seek to smother it ; the false issue with which they 
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect to public 
schools, of which the establishment and support be- 
longing exclusively to the several States, and which 
the Democratic party has cherished from their foun- 
dation, and resolved to maintain without partiality 
or preference for any class, sect or creed, and with- 
out contributing from the Treasury to any; the false 
issue by which they seek to light anew th» dying 
embers of sectional hate between the kindred peo- 



pies, once unnaturally estranged, but now reunited 
in one indivisible republic and a common destiny. 

Reform is necessary in the civil service. Experi- 
ence proves that efficient, economical conduct of the 
government business is not possible if its civil ser- 
vice be subject to change at every election ; to be a 
prize fought for at the ballot-box ; to be a brief 
reward of party zeal, instead of posts of honor 
assigned for proved competency and held for fidelity 
in the public employ ; tliat the dispensing of patron- 
age should be neither a tax upon the time of all our 
public men nor the instrument of their ambition. 
Here, again, professions, falsified in the performance, 
attest that the party in power can work out no prac- 
tical or satisfactory reform. 

Reform is necessary even more in the higher 
grades of public service. The President, Vice 
President, Judges, Senators, Representatives, Cabi- 
net officers, and all others in authority, are the public 
servants. The offices are not a private perquisite ; 
they are a public trust. When the annals of this 
republic show the disgrace and censure of a Yice 
President ; a late Speaker of the House of Represen- 
tatives marketing his rulings as a presiding officer; 
three Senators profiting secretly by their votes as 
law-makers ; five chairmen of leading committees of 
the House of Representatives exposed in jobbery ; 
a late Secretary of the Treasury forcing balances in 
the public accounts ; a late Attorney General misai)- 
propriating public funds; a Secretary of the Navy 
enriched or enriching friends by percentages levied 
off the profits of contractors with his department ; 
an ambassador to Englan'd censured for a dishonor- 
able speculation ; the President's Private Secretary 
barely escaping conviction upon trial for guilty 
complicity in frauds upon the revenue; a Secretary 
of AVar impeached for high crimes and confesseil 
misdemeanors ; the demonstration is complete that 
the first step in reform must be the people's choice 
of honest men from another party, lest the disease 
of one political organization infest the body politic, 
and lest by making no change of men or party we 
can get no change. 

All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the product 
of sixteen years' ascendancy of the Republican party, 
create a necessity for reform confessed by the Re- 
publicans themselves, but their reformers are voted 
down in convention and displaced from the Cabi- 
net. The party's mass of honest voters are power- 
less to resist the eighty thousand office-holders, its 
leaders and guides. Reform can only be had by a 
peaceful civic revolution. We demand a change of 
system, a change of administration, a change of 
party, so that we may have a change of members 
and of men. 

Greenback National Platform. 

ADOPTED AT TOLEDO, FEBRUARY 22, 1878. 

miereas, Throughout our entire country the value 
of real estate is depreciated, industry paralyzed, 
trade depressed, business incomes and wages re- 
duced, unparalleled distress inflicted upon the poorer 
and middle ranks of our people, the land filled with 
fraud, embezzlement, bankruptcy, crime, suffering, 
pauperism, and starvation ; and 

Whereas, This state of things has been brought 
about by legislation in the interest of, and dicta- 
ted by, money-lenders, bankers and bondholders; 
and 

Whereas. While we recognize the fact that men in 
Congress, connected with both the old political par- 
ties, have stood manfully for the rights of the peo- 
ple, and met the threats of the money power and 
ithe ridicule of an ignorant and subsidized press, 
. yet neither the Republican nor the Democratic par- 



ties, in their national policies, propose remedies for 
the existing evils ; and 

Whereas^ The Independent Greenback party, and 
other associations more or less effective, have been 
unable hitherto to make a formidable opposition to 
old party organizations ; and 

Whereas, The limiting of the legal-tender quality 
of greenbacks; the changing of currency bonds into 
coin bonds, the demonetization of the silver dollar, 
the exempting of bonds from taxation, the contrac- 
tion of the circulating medium, the proposed forced 
resumption of specie payments, and the prodigal 
waste of the public lands, were crimes against the 
people, and as far as possible the results of these 
criminal acts must be counteracted by judicial legis- 
lation ; 

Therefore, We assemble in National Convention 
and make a declaration of our principles, and invite 
all patriotic citizens to unite in an effort to secure 
financial reform and industrial emancipation. 

The organization shall be known as the National 
party, and under this name we will perfect, without 
delay, National, State and local associations, to secure 
the election to office of such men only as will pledge 
themselves to do all in their power to establish these 
principles: 

First. It is the exclusive function of the General 
Government to coin and create money and regulate 
its value. All bank issues designed to circulate as 
money should be suppressed. The circulating 
medium, whether of metal or paper, shall be issued 
by the government, and made a full legal-tender 
for all debts, duties and taxes in the United States, 
at its stamped value. 

Second. There shall be no privileged class of credi- 
tors ; official salaries, pensions, bonds and all other 
debts and obligations, public and private, shall be 
discharged in the legal-tender money of the United 
States, strictly according to the stipulations of the 
laws under which they were incurred. 

Third. That the coinage of silver be placed upon 
the same footing as that of gold. 

Fourth. Congress shall provide said money ade- 
quate to the full employment of labor, the equit- 
able distribution of its products and the require- 
ments of business, fixing a minimum amount per 
capita .to the population, as near as may be, and 
otherwise regulating its volume, by wise and equit- 
able provision of law, so that the rate of interest 
will secure to labor its just reward. 

Fifth. It is inconsistent with the genius and spirit 
of popular government that any species of private 
property should be exempt from bearing its just 
share of the jmblic burdens. Government bonds 
and money should be taxed precisely as other pro- 
perty, and a graduated income tax should be levied 
for the support of the government and the payment 
of its debts. 

Sixth. The public lands are the common property 
of the whole people, and should not be sold to specu- 
lators, nor granted to railroads or other corporations, 
but should be donated to actual settlers in limited 
quantities. 

Seventh. The government should, by general en- 
actment, encourage the development of our agri- 
cultural, mineral, mechanical, manufacturing and 
commercial resources, to the end that labor may be 
fully and profitably employed, but no monopolies 
should be legalized. 

Eighth. All useless offices should be abolished, the 
most rigid economy enforced in every branch of the 
public service, and severe punishment inflicted 
upon public officers who betray the trusts reposed 
in them. 

Ninth. As educated labor has devised means of 
multiplying productions by inventions and dis- 




coveries, and as their use requires the exercise of 
mind as well as body, such legislation should be had 
tiiat the number of hours of daily toil will be re- 
duced, giving to the working classes more leisure 
for mental improvement and social enjoyment, and 
saving them from premature decay and death. 

Tenth. The adoption of an American monetary 
system as proposed herein will harmonize all differ- 
ences in regard to tariff and Federal taxation, reduce 
and equalize the cost of transportation by land and 
wate^r, distribute equitably the joint earnings of 
capital and labor, secure to the producers of wealth 
the results of their labor and skill, muster out of 
service the vast army of idlers who, under the exist- 
ing system, grow rich upon the earnings of others, 
that every man and M^oman may, by their own 



efforts, secure a competence, so that overgrown for- 
tunes and extreme poverty will be seldom found 
within the limits of our republic. 

Eleventh. Both National and State Governments 
should establish bureaus of labor and industrial 
statistics, clothed with the power of gathering and 
publishing the same. 

Twelfth. That the contract system of employing 
labor in our prisons and reformatory institutions 
works great injustice to our mechanics and artisans, 
and should be prohibited. 

Thirteenth, The importation of servile labor into 
the United States from China is a problem of the 
most serious importance, and we recommend legis- 
lation looking to its suppression. 



GREEISTBACK STATE CONYEKTION, 



Met at Altoona, July 15, 1879. Thomas A. Arm- 
strong, of Allegheny, temporary chairman; R. Gr. 
. Mason, of Mercer, permanent chairman. Peter 
Sutton, of Indiana, was nominated for State Treas- 
urer. James E. Emerson, of Beaver, reported the 
following from the committee on platform, which 
were unanimously adopted : 

First. That it is in favor of the payment of the 
national debt strictly in accordance with the stipu- 
lations of the contract under which it was created ; 
and that no more interest-bearing bonds of the Fed- 
eral Grovernment be issued. 

Second. That the Federal government only shall 
issue money ; that such money shall be a full legal- 
tender; and that full legal-tender greenbacks shall 
be substituted for national bank notes. 

Third. We demand, for the sake of economy and 
'convenience, that the trade dollar and fractional 
silver coin be replaced by fractional paper currency. 

Fourth. We demand the repeal of all laws that 
foster inequality in condition and opportunity, as 
they are in violation of universal justice. 

Fifth. We demand the enactment of an income 
tax law, with heavy penalties for perjury in its vio- 
lation, and that said tax be graduated in proportion 
to incomes. 



Sixth. We demand that all debts due for labor 
performed take precedence of all other claims. 

Seventh. We demand the passage and approval 
of an act abolishing the "store-order or truck" 
system, and compelling the payment of all wages 
due laborers at regular stated dates and in the law- 
ful money of the United States. 

Eighth. We demand the passage and enforcement 
of such laws as will prevent all combinations, dis- 
criminations, or the granting of rebates, by trans- 
portation companies, and compelling common car- 
riers to furnish the service for the same price to all 
men. 

Ninth. We demand that no more public lands be 
voted to corporations, but that they be held for 
actual settlers. 

Tenth. We demand that education shall be free 
and industrial, and no child shall be allowed to 
grow up in ignorance. 

Eleventh. That the contract system of employ- 
ment as laborers of convicts in our prisons and re- 
formatory institutions works great injustice to our 
mechanics and artisans, and should be prohibited. 

Twelfth. That we recommend, as labor-saving 
machinery increases, that the hours of human 
labor be reduced to eight h urs. 



FBOHIBITIOISr STATE COlSrTENTIO:^'. 



Met at Altoona, September 23, 1879, and nominated 
W. L. Richardson, of Montour county, for State Treas- 
urer. The following platform was adopted : 

First. That there are to-day no evils from which 
the people need to be protected by the strong arm 
of the State that are so terrible in their nature and 
so fearful in extent as those caused by the liquor 
trafhc. 

Second. During the past year we have witnessed 
again the refusal of the Legislature to re-enact the 
local option law ; the absolute ignoring of the tem- 
perance question in the inaugural address or any 
message of Governor Hoyt, and in the platforms of 
the Democratic, Republican and National parties, 
and the refusal of their several candidates for State 
Treasurer to state, upon interrogation, whether they 
are favorable or unfavorable to the temperance law 
adopted by the late temperance convention for sub- 
mission to the Legislature. These and several acts 
during a series of years by the dominant party of 
the State must be regarded as proofs of their unwil- 
lingness or impotcncy to change our unwise, bur- 
densome and crime-producing liquor license sj'stem 
for that of prohibition of the liquor-drinking trade, 



even by and with the prior consent of the voters of 
the State, and it is folly, verging on madness, to ex- 
pect relief by their action. 

Third. That there can be no greater peril to the 
Stale than the existing subserviency and partj' com- 
petition for the liquor vote ; that experience shows 
that the Democratic, Republican and National par- 
ties, not being openly opposed to the liquor traffic, 
will engage in this competition ; will court the favor 
of the crime-producing and criminal classes ; will 
barter away the public morals, the purity of the 
ballot and every object of good government for 
party success, and they who vote with them muist 
share in the guilt of wrong-doing. 

Fourth. Tpiiat wo recommend Prohibitionists and 
the friends of temperance to give earnest support 
to all efforts for securing the enactment of the tem- 
perance law adopted by the State convention which 
met at Harrisburg, April 24 and 25, 1879, for submis- 
sion to the Legislature. 

Fifth. That we again present to the consideration 
of our fellow-citizens the resolutions adopted by the 
Prohibition party convention of 1878. 



THE PKESIBEIS^TIAL ELECTION. 



The Presidential election will take place on Tues- 
day, November 2, 1880. The Constitution prescribes 
that each State shall appoint, in such manner as the 
Legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors 
equal to the whole number of Senators and Repre- 
sentatives to which the State may be entitled in 
Congress. For the election this year, the electors 
by States will be as follows : 

„ Electoral ot„tP<? Electoral 

States. y^j.g_ btates. y^^^^ 

Alabama 10 Missouri 15 

Arkansas 6 Nebraska 3 

California 6 Nevada 3 

Colorado 3 New Hampshire 5 

Connecticut 6 New Jersey 9 

Delaware 3 New York 35 

Florida 4 North Carolina 10 

Georgia 11 Ohio 22 

Illinois.. 21 Oregon 3 

Indiana 15 Pennsylvania 29 

Iowa 11 Rhode Island 4 

Kansas 5 South Carolina 7 

Kentucky 12 Tennessee 12 

Louisiana 8 Texas 8 

Maine 7 Vermont 5 

Maryland 8 Virginia 11 

Massachusetts 13 West Virginia 5 

Michigan 11 Wisconsin 10 

Minnesota 5 

Mississippi 8 Total 369 

Necessary to a choice, 185. 

No Senator or Representative, or person holding 
an office of profit or trust under the United States, 
shall be an elector. In all the States, the laws 
thereof direct that the people shall choose the elec- 
tors. The Constitution requires that the day when 
electors are chosen shall be the same throughout the 
United States. The electors shall meet in their re- 
spective States on the first Wednesday in December, 
and vote by ballot for President and Vice President, 
one of whom at least shall not be an inhabitant of 
the same State with themselves. They shall name 
in their ballots the person voted for as President, 
and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice 
President; and they shall make distinct lists of all 



persons voted for as President, and of all persons 
voted for as Vice President, and of the number of 
votes for each ; which lists they shall sign and cer- 
tify and transmit, sealed, to Washington, directed 
to the president of tho Senate, before the first Wed- 
nesday in January. On the second Wednesday in 
February, the president of the Senate sliall, in the 
presence of the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall 
then be counted. The person having the greatest 
number of votes for President shall bo the Presi- 
dent, if such number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed; and if no person 
have such majority, then from the persons having 
the highest numbers, not exceeding three, on the 
list of those voted for as President, the House of 
Representatives shall chooise immediately, by ballot, 
the President. But in choosing the President, the 
vote shall be taken by States, the representation 
from each State having one vote ; a quorum for this 
purpose shall consist of a member or members from 
two-thirds of the States, and a majority of all the 
States shall be necessary to g choice. And if the 
House of Representatives shall not choose a Presi- 
dent whenever the right of choice shall devolve 
upon them, before the fourth day of March next 
following, then the Vice President shall act as Presi- 
dent, as in case of tho death or other constitutional 
disability. The person having the greatest number 
of votes as Vice President shall be the Vice President, 
if such number be a majority of the whole number 
of electors appointed ; and if no person have a ma- 
jority, then from the two highest numbers on the 
list, the Senate shall choose the Vice President; a 
quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds 
of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of 
the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. 
No person, except a natural-born citizen or a citizen 
of the United States at the time of the adoption of 
the Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of 
President; neither shall any person be eligible to 
that office who shall not have attained to the age of 
thirty-five years. The qualifications for Vice Presi- 
dent are the same. 



THE PElSrKSYETANIA EEECTIOIS'. 



On Tuesday, November 2, the qualified voters of 
Pennsylvania will elect a Judge of the Supreme 
Court, to serve for twenty-one years, an Auditor 
General, to serve for three years, State Senators 
from the odd-numbered districts, and members of 



the House of Representatives for all the districts of 
the State. Congressmen will also be chosen. The 
next Legislature will elect a United States Senator 
to succeed William A. Wallace, whose term expires 
on March 4, 1881. 



C0MI:N'G STATE CONVEISTTIOINS. 



At the appropriate time, the State committee of 
each party will designate a day for the meeting of 
the State convention. This will be unusually early 
this year, on account of the necessity of electing 
delegates to the National convention. In 1876, the 
la^t Presidential year, the Republican State conven- 
tion was held March 29, and the Democratic State 
convention March 22. It will be the duty of each 
State convention this year to choose four delegates 
at large to the National convention, and confirm 



two delegates from each of the twenty-seven Con- 
gressional districts, making altogether fifty-eight 
delegates to which Pennsylvania is entitled in the 
National convention of either party. The State 
convention will also nominate twenty-nine candi- 
dates for Presidential electors— two at large, and 
one for each Congressional district — to be voted for 
on a general ticket on November 2, 1880. Candi- 
dates for Supreme Judge and Auditor General will 
also be nominated. 



EEECTIOl^ OF TJKITEI> STATES SEl^-ATOR. 



The Legislature to be chosen this year will elect 
a successor to United States Senator William A. 
Wallace, whose term expires on March 4, 1881. 
Each House votes separately "on the third Tuesday 
of January, at three o'clock, p.m., if the Legislature 
shall have organized before the second Tuesday." 



On the day following, at twelve o'clock, m., the tw'o 
Houses meet in joint convention, and the journals 
of the two Houses are then read and certificates 
signed. Nominations must be made and tellers 
elected two days prior, and communicated to each 
House. 



PHILABEIiPHIA ELECTION KETURKS. 



Vote for State Treasurer, 1879, by Divisions. 



1st TTard. 



Div. Butler, Barr, 
E. D. 

1 159 62 

2 118 124 

3 120 119 

4 153 34 

5 97 

6 120 

7 123 

8 151 

9 186 

10 136 

11 107 

12 135 

13...... 78 

14 107 

15 116 122 

IG 105 131 

Richardson, P., 



61 
64 
86 
24 
48 
66 
74 
94 
51 



Div. Butler, 
E. 

17 119 

18 73 

19 138 

20 166 

21 91 

22 127 

23 112 

24 144 

25 140 

26 137 

27 112 

28 168 

29 128 



Barr, 

Z). 
81 

126 
71 
68 

103 
83 

131 
35 
76 
37 
72 
65 
62 



3666 2226 
5 ; Sutton, G.^ 4. 



2d ^Ward. 



62 
83 
71 
47 
45 
50 



1 61 

2 78 

3 81 

4 134 

5 98 

6 77 

7 88 107 

8 78 105 

9 126 70 

10 65 114 

11 77 139 

12...... 80 90 

13 80 45 

Eichardson, P., 



14 99 83 

15 93 77 

16 100 79 

17 72 151 

18 54 126 

19 37 139 

34 137 

28 190 

40 148 

43 139 

80 84 



20.... 
21.. . 

22..., 
23.... 
24.... 



1803 2381 
3 ; Sutton, G., 6. 



3d TTard. 



1 58 73 

2 29 85 

3 72 101 

4 54 101 

5 55 54 

6 85 85 

7 45 89 

8 63 102 

9 54 97 

Sutton, G., 12. 



10 38 155 

11 40 112 

12 77 95 

13 32 75 

14 66 123 

15 140 51 

16 78 108 



986 1505 



4tli Ward. 



1 20 131 

2 46 88 

3 85 107 

4 48 112 

5 85 67 

6 50 76 

7 25 110 

8 21 154 

9. 47 105 

10 24 177 

Sutton, G., 5. 



11 21 

12 28 

13 85 

14. 52 

15 152 

16 78 

17 154 

18 189 



1200 1674 



5tli 'Ward. 



1 38 105 

2 71 81 

3 88 94 

4 52 157 

5 56 73 

6 115 

7 76 

8 81 

9 84 

10 131 



41 
31 
70 
42 
51 



11 94 

12 158 

13 64 

14 105 

15 176 

36 193 

17 65 



1647 1082 



6th Ward. 

Div. Butler, Barr. 
E. D. , 

7 74 117 

8 104 90 

9 124 97 



Sutton, Cr., 3. 



Div. Butler, Barr, 
E. D. 

1 53 94 

2 68 130 

3 64 128 

4 96 91 ■ — 

5 73 49 784 890 

6 128 97 

Ilichardson, P., 1 ; Sutton, (?., 7. 

Ytli T\^ard. 

1 108 35 15 134 



2 157 

3 193 

4 190 

5 131 

6 133 

7 140 

8 151 

9 158 

10 Ill 

11 107 

12 1G5 

13 165 

14 97 



17 
38 
19 
20 
39 
23 
28 
38 
36 
17 
12 
41 
51 



54 
56 
50 
47 
41 
74 
65 

22 101 105 

23 56 107 

24 38 100 

25 34 94 

2993 1201 



16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 



.. 85 
..109 
..120 
..103 
.. 90 
..117 



Eichardson, P., 7 ; Sutton, (?., 5. 
8tli IVard. 
1 102 42 10 134 



2 101 

3 150 

4 118 

5 149 

6 101 

7... ...136 

8 82 

.132 



46 
35 
40 
50 
27 
23 
50 
28 



11.. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 



.. 46 
..142 
..105 
.. 93 
.. 45 
..111 



Eichardson, P., 3. 

9tli T¥ard. 



1807 757 



1 115 

2 95 

3 99 

4 121 



63 
60 
48 
60 



.. 96 
..113 
..111 



5 106 107 

6 136 61 

7 137 29 



10 
11 
12 114 102 



1311 775 



1 

2 103 

3 138 

4 77 

5 168 

6 150 

7 129 

8 100 

9 132 

10 240 

11 139 



10th Ward. 

154 32 12 136 



23 

20 
27 
24 
65 
50 
79 
33 
35 
48 




2029 845 



Eichardson, P., 2 ; Sutton, 6?., 6. 
11th Ward. 



1 59 188 

2 53 70 

3 62 189 

4 104 93 

5 91 84 

6 101 128 



7 65 142 

8 86 81 

9 36 96 

10 73 118 



730 1189 



12lh TVard. 

1 94 99 4 

2 88 85 5 65 

3 68 47 6 119 



98 90 



12th TVard. 

CONTINUED. 
Div. Butler, Barr, Div. Butler, Barr, 



E. 

68 
95 

67 
78 

75 



X>. 



E. D. 

12 81 67 

13 65 102 

14 68 74 

1129 1042 
Eichardson, P., 1 ; Sutton, (?., 7. 

13th Ward. 



61 
52 



74 



..107 
..150 
..111 
.. 61 
..143 
..147 
..110 
..111 
.140 



60 
40 
68 
71 
30 
65 
36 
74 
61 



10.. 
11.. 
12.. 
13 . 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 



..135 
..138 
..110 
..127 
..118 
..106 



56 
62 
29 
41 
60 
33 
74 



Eichardson, P., 4 ; Su-tton, G., 2. 
14th Ward. 



..117 
..110 

..104 
.. 70 
..113 
..103 
.. 79 
..137 
..122 
.. 95 
..122 



73 
29 
46 
91 
63 
42 
23 
31 
62 
44 
60 



12 92 

13 112 

14 110 

15 91 

10 95 

17 93 

18 116 

19 124 

20 98 



58 
24 
68 
78 
44 
46 
71 
58 
54 



2109 1025 



15th TVard. 

60 91 23 127 



2 44 110 24 165 

3 61 56 25 186 

4 162 12 26 141 

6 128 53 27 105 

6 124 61 28 101 

7 150 32 29 185 

8 188 33 30 97 

9 146 48 31 161 

10 139 41 32 102 

11 151 40 33 138 

12 146 39 34 107 

13 Ill 36 35 40 122 

14 147 33 36 89 

15 142 60 37 71 

16 69 85 38 69 

17 70 97 39 96 

18 86 113 40 129 

19 91 79 41 177 

20 74 87 

21 1G9 29 4795 2439 

22 121 40 

Eichardson, P., 5; Sutton, 6?., 24. 

16th W^ard. 



138 
48 
97 
88 
30 
55 



1 37 135 

61 
60 
67 
63 

67 
67 
67 
81 
66 



.. 91 

..100 
.. 82 
.. 92 

.. 77 

.. 95 

.. G7 

64 



11.. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
IG.. 
17.. 



.. 62 

.. 73 
..101 

.. 88 

.. 76 

.. 59 

.. 81 



90 
69 
93 
68 
87 
90 
97 



OV7 iU ut uu 

45 I Eichardson, P., 2. 



26 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



17th Ward. 



48 
39 
54 



Div. Butler. Barr. 

1 94 47 

2 102 

3 139 

4 98 

5 90 53 

6 24 141 

7 49 110 

8 25 130 

9 28 161 

10 23 146 

Bichardson, P., 



Div. Butler. Barr. 
11 61 115 



43 

58 60 

58 104 

64 89 

33 85 

17 58 102 

18 52 82 



12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 



1104 1664 
1 ; Sutton, G., 11. 



18 til TVard. 



1 109 

2 126 

3 113 

4 94 

5 145 

6 118 

7 124 

8 156 

9 140 

10 121 

11 158 

12 145 

13 154 

14 132 

15 162 



75 
37 
69 
35 
55 
58 
43 
39 
29 
20 
53 
58 
64 
64 
34 



16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 

20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23 . 



..174 
..150 
..133 
..134 
..104 
..142 
..137 
.. 97 



Eichardsoii.P.. 



82 
47 
33 
41 
36 
38 
28 
91 

24 31 100 

25 87 60 

26 49 73 

27 65 138 

S300 1499 

5 ; Sutton, G., 18. 



19tli T^ard. 



1 129 319 

2 141 46 

3 66 64 

4 80 112 

5 70 217 

6 116 128 

7 60 126 

8 117 61 

9 105 78 

10 140 87 

11 84 75 

12 164 115 

13.... . 92 97 

14 143 54 

15 230 25 

16 107 54 

17 96 82 

Richardson, P., 

Sutton, (?., 43. 



18 163 

19 130 

20 104 

21 133 

22...... 81 

23 84 

24 97 

25 150 

26 102 

27 182 

28 133 

29 93 

30 86 

31 119 100 

32 162 46 



21st "Ward. 

CONTINUED. 
Div. Butler. Barr. Div. Butler. Barr. 



5 ....140 

6 81 

7 147 

8 126 

9 121 

10 120 

11 61 

12 102 



16 
66 
33 
41 

44 
61 
38 

22 




1887 928 



Eichardson, P., 19. 



22d Ward. 



1 116 

2 130 

3 85 

4 138 

5 148 

6 150 

7 139 

8 136 

9 99 

10 138 

11 99 

12 97 

13 154 

Richardson, P., 
Richard Yaux, 



58 
74 
60 
48 
36 
41 
21 
47 
33 
31 
31 
43 
53 



14 161 

15 Ill 

16 97 

17 86 

18 161 

19 116 

20 102 

21 108 

22 115 

23 90 

24 Ill 



2887 1140 
15 , Sutton, G., 1. 
1. 



23d W^ard. 



1 71 

2 59 

3 90 

4 75 

5 46 

6 98 

7 122 

8 166 

9 124 

10 117 

11 108 

12 144 

13... 108 



Richardson, P., 2. 




2423 1059 



24tli Ward. 




19.. 
20- 
21.. 

22.. 



..174 68 

..123 69 

..104 58 

..100 43 



23 55 104 

24 93 96 

25 89 58 

26 107 25 

27 132 119 

28 77 . 64 

29 100 56 

30 93 26 

31 123 57 

32 71 29 

33 Ill 43 



21st W^ard. 

1 94 81 3 43 123 

2 76 143 4 128 64 



3511 2019 

Richardson, P., 2 ; Sutton, (?., 11. 
25th Ward. 

10 25 170 

11 32 136 

12 6 317 

13 88 65 

14 164 66 

15 138 69 

16 83 65 

17 119 58 

18 168 63 



25th TVard. 

CONTINUED. 
Div. Butler. Barr. Div. Butler. Barr. 
19 115 48 25 82 73 



20 102 

21 148 

22 101 

23 79 

24 102 



76 
90 , 

37 
93 

50 



26 142 106 

27 128 



2656 2331 



Richardson, P., 3; Sutton, G^., 32. 



26 th \\^ard. 



1 164 36 

2 133 50 

3 Ill 65 

4 110 58 

5 82 115 

6 100 120 

7 95 79 

8 109 82 

9 112 

10 106 

11 127 

12 104 

13 118 



70 
52 
59 
43 

72 



14 115 

15 153 

16 .... 179 

17. 139 

18 123 

19 82 

20 152 

21 136 

22 161 

23 98 

24 110 



65 
31 

74 
52 
21 
34 
44 
58 
56 
52 
33 



Richardson, P. 



2919 1411 
2 ; Sutton, G., 6. 



27th TVard. 



1 113 

2 277 

3 122 

4 89 

5 158 

6 212 

7 109 

8 170 

9 102 

10 176 



11 99 103 




2425 751 



Richardson, P., 1 ; Sutton, (?., 1. 
28th Ward. 



28 
20 
28 
26 
36 



1 130 

2 138 

3 125 

4 118 

6 76 

6 106 119 

7 89 44 

8 115 50 

9 149 56 

10 167 100 

11 Ill 58 

12 148 47 

13 127 53 



14 59 75 

15 75 81 

16 .109 104 

17 101 82 

18 205 

19 208 

20 104 

21 101 

22 135 

23 136 

24 129 



2961 1452 



Richardson, P., 2 ; Sutton, G., 6. 
29th TVard. 



1 113 

2 101 

3 163 

4 79 

5 84 

6 184 

7 Ill 

8 116 

9 115 

10 121 

11 103 

12 102 

13 103 

14 86 

15 113 

10 144 

17... 214 



40 
64 
62 
76 
86 
37 
26 
27 
36 
35 
36 
46 
66 
40 
35 
63 
42 



18 100 

19 107 

20 132 

21 106 

22 112 

23 92 

24 66 

25 125 

26 78 

27 139 

28 82 

29 84 

30 217 

31 159 107 

32 65 72 



34 
45 
40 
56 
53 
39 
39 
57 
51 
32 
64 
57 
95 



3656 1658 
Richardson, P., 4 ; Sutton, G., 32. 



-^r-^ 



Div. Butler. Barr. Div. Butler. Barr. 



1 140 

2 113 

3 131 

4 135 

5 136 

6 151 

1 118 

8 121 

9 151 



66 
65 
64 
52 
35 
52 
89 
76 
36 



10 104 

11 125 

12 118 

13 70 

14 127 

15 81 

16 J 47 

17 96 

18 115 



SOtli TVard. « 

CONTINUED. 
Div. Butler. Barr. Div. Butler. Barr. 

19 108 29 22 122 73 

20 138 111 

21 46 113 2593 1354 

Sutton, (?., 3. 

31st Ward. 

1 128 46 6 78 110 

2 161 32 7 125 50 



3 188 

4 90 

5 137 



36 
83 
62 



9.. 
10.. 



..188 
..121 
..118 



65 



31st Ward. 

CONTINUED. 
Div. Butler. Barr. Div. Butler, Barr. 

11 128 

12 197 

13 137 

14 145 

15 140 

16 95 

17 100 

18 122 

19 78 

Richardson, P., 2; Sutton, G^., 43. 




2939 13G6 



PHnCADEEPHIA VOTE BY WAIID9. 

For President, 1876, Governor, 1878, 
and State Treasurer, 1879. 

PEESIDENT,'76. G0VERNOR,'78. STATE TREAS.,'79. 

"Wards. Hayes, Tilden, Hoyt, Dill, Mason, Butler, Barr, 

B. D. E. D. K R. D. 

1 3648 2756 3436 2441 249 3666 2226 

2 2225 3112 1921 2804 81 1803 2381 

3 1244 2039 1027 1812 76 986 1505 

4 1366 2312 1188 2064 20 1200 1674 

5 1882 1494 1630 1279 48 1647 1082 

6 717 1244 777 1121 36 784 890 

7 3612 1786 3005 1488 25 2993 1201 

8 2144 1285 1897 1128 15 1807 757 

9 1432 1255 1302 981 12 1311 775 

10 2667 1374 2473 1018 45 2629 845 

11 777 1602 737 1432 26 730 1189 

12 1399 1445 1167 1384 34 1129 1042 

13 1928 1495 1825 1248 33 1900 823 

14... 2387 1680 1958 1368 114 2109 1025 

15 4986 3420 4329 2907 141 4795 2439 

16 1592 1718 1275 1620 35 1334 1311 

17 1281 2402 1039 1938 91 1104 1664 

18 3394 2126 3103 1795 211 3300 1499 

19 3391 3149 3029 2550 369 3949 2391 

20 4197 3245 3871 2372 148 4133 2147 

21 1909 1390 1777 1080 251 1887 928 

22 3070 1850 2727 1518 25 2887 1140 

23 2924 1766 2539 1499 87 2423 1059 

24..... 3619 2879 3476 2616 204 3511 2019 

25 2397 2744 2362 2739 192 2656 2331 

26 2747 1738 2868 1601 105 2919 1411 

27 2315 1039 2181 862 24 2435 751 

28 2640 1764 2821 1581 57 2961 1452 

29 3307 2258 3047 2290 149 3656 1658 

30 2963 1847 2775 1560 87 2593 1354 

31 2970 1886 2537 1659 221 2939 13G6 

Total. ..77130 62100 70099 53755 3211 74176 44335 
Major...l5030 16344 29843 

Sutton, Greenback candidate for State Treasurer, 

1879, had 299 votes in the city, and Richardson, 

Prohibition, 104. 

For Sherijff, Reg^ister of Wills, and 
City Treasurer, 1879. 

SHERIFF. REGIS. OF WILLS. CITY TREAS. 
Hart- W. M. Green- 
Wards. E. Taylor, ranft, Taylor, bank, Martin, Page, 
R. D. R. B. E. D, 

1 3680 2218 3667 2224 3619 2251 

2 1780 2389 1795 2379 1798 2384 

3 979 1504 975 1510 979 1508 

4 1208 1678 1216 1670 1274 1605 

5 1642 1091 1639 1092 1564 1166 

6 779 900 774 905 750 929 

7 3015 1191 2981 1229 2941 1273 

8 1798 769 1775 791 1693 874 

9 1300 781 1302 778 1273 807 

10 2625 857 2611 866 2592 883 



"Wa/ds. E. Taylor. 

11 732 

12 1128 

13 1893 

14 2095 

15 4756 

16 1406 

17 1081 

18 3248 

19 3909 

20 4017 

21 1867 

22 2956 

23 2416 

24 3500 

25 2640 

26 2909 

27 2436 

28 2960 

29 3609 

30 2577 

31 2921 




Green- 
bank. Martin. 

1184 738 

1062 1108 

833 1830 

1038 2026 

2490 4786 

1237 1393 

1665 1069 

1524 3246 

2441 3857 

2245 3995 

959 1869 

980 2871 

1050 2399 

2066 3488 

2347 2606 

1393 2900 

760 2422 

1483 2874 

1721 3547 

1372 2595 

1375 2880 



Total... 73862 44826 73926 44669 73976 45587 

Major...29036 29257 28389 

The Greenback ticket received the folio win $2^ vote 

in the city: McCambridgo, for Sheriff, 257; Duvall, 

for Register of Wills, 272 ; Marter, for Treasurer, 249. 



Vote of Philadelphia Since 1860. 



Year. 

1860— President 

1861— Sheriff 

1862— Auditor General 

1863— Governor 

1864— Sheriff 

President 

1865— Mayor 

1866— Governor 

1867 — Supreme Court.. 

Sheriff 

1868— Mayor 

President 

1869 — Governor 

1870— Sheriff 

1871— Mayor 

Coroner 

Auditor General 
1872 — Governor 

District Court... 
Average (Oct.) 

President 

1873— Supreme Court.. 

State Treasurer. 

Sheriff , 

City Treasurer... 
Average 



Rep. Dem. 
39223 38025 
30492 30346 
36124 33323 
44274 37193 
47093 39368 
55791 44032 
45098 39668 
54205 48817 
49469 52069 
48647 52666 
59679 61517 
60985 55173 
51202 46802 
51934 45035 
60629 51549 
63826 48225 
62005 50511 
69278 48841 
67048 51144 
67386 50366 
68856 23410 
51657 42732 
59677 34266 
56328 37879 
57512 36874 
56690 37547 



Maj. 

1199 R 

146 R 

2801 R 

7081 R 

7726 R 

11759 R 

5430 R 

5338 R 

2600 D 

4019 D 

1838 D 

6812 R 

4400 R 

6899 R 

9080 R 

15001 R 

11494 R 

20437 R 

15004 R 

17020 R 

45446 R 

8925 R 

25411 R 

18449 R 

20638 R 

19143 R 



Total. 

77247 

60838 

69447 

81467 

86460 

99823 

84766 

103022 

101538 

101318 

121196 

116158 

98004 

96969 

122178 

112051 

112516 

118119 

118102 

117752 

92266 

94389 

93943 

94207 

94386 

94237 



■T 



Year. Eep. 

1874— Mayor* 60128 

City Solicitor 61209 

Tax Receiver 61531 

Average 60956 

1875— Governor 65262 

State Treasurer. 64646 
Judge, Pleas 66092 

1876— President 77130 

Sheriff 63263 

City Treasurer... 75569 

1877— Mayorf .'.... 64779 

Solicitor 67534 

1877— Supreme Judge.. 67320 



Dem. Maj.^ 

49133 10995 
48041 131C8 
47814 13717 
48329 12627 
47980 16635 
48574 15434 
47601 18491 
62100 15030 
70527 7264 



62112 
61913 
59986 
51045 



3457 
2866 

7548 
6275 



Total. 

R 109261 
li 109250 
R 109345 
R 109285 
Ji 113889 
R 113858 
R 113691 
R 139230 
D 133790 
R 137681 
R 126692 
R 127520 
i?|113204 



* This was the Stokley-McClure contest, and was not a 
party fight. 

t Not a party contest. Stokley was opposed for Mayor by 
Caven, who was run as a Reformer. 

i The total vote for Supreme Judge, 1877, includes 4782 for 
Bentley, Greenback, and 54 for Winton, Prohibition. The 
total vote for District Attorney includes 4507 for Brewster, 
Labor candidatr". The total vote for Controller includes 5068 
for Welsh, Labor candidate. 



Year. Rep. Dem. Maj. Total. 

1877— Bist. Att'y 63850 54841 991 D 113198 

Controller 62744 64706 1902 D 112518 

1878— Pol. Magistrate* 65144 26497 28647 R 84164 

1878— Goveruorj- 70099 63755 16344 R 127219 

Recorder Deeds.. 69377 63172 16205 R 125913 
Clerk Sessions.... 71089 62474 18515 R 127021 

1879— State Treasurer! 74176 44335 29843 R 118914 

Sheriff 73862 44826 29036 R 118945 

Register Wills... 73926 44669 29257 R 118867 
City Treasurer... 73976 45587 28389 R 119812 

* The total vote for Police Magistrate in February, 1878, 
includes 2523 for Loughrey Labor candidate. 

t The total vote for Governor, 1878, includes 3211 votes cast 
for Mason, National, and 154 for Lane, Prohibition. The total 
vote for Recorder of Deeds includes 3364 for Sinexson, National. 
The total vote for Clerk of Quarter Sesstons includes 3404 for 
Dnnn, National, and 64 for Hargreaves, Temperance. 

} The total vote for State Treasurer, 1879, includes 299 votes 
for Sutton, Greenback candidate, and 104 for Richardson, Pro- 
hibition candidate. The total vote for Sheriff includes 257 for 
McCambridge, Greenback; the total vote for Register of Wills 
includes 272 for Duvall, Greenback, and the total vote City 
Treasurer includes 249 for Marter, Greenback. 



PEisrisrsxLVAisriA Ex-ECTioisr returns. 

Vote for state Treasurer, in 1879, by Townsliips and Divisions. 



ADAMS. 

Butler. 

Gettysburg 301 

Cumberland 155 

Littlestown 86 

Gernuinv 40 

Oxford tp 38 

" bo 65 

Huntington Ill 

Latimore 133 

Liberty 73 

Hamiltonban.... 168 

Hamilton 54 

Menallen 215 

Straban 110 

Franklin 122 

Conowago 94 

Tyrone 68 

Mount Jov 78 

Mount Pleasant 39 

Reading 56 

Berwick bo 37 

« tp 15 

Freedom 47 

Union 40 

Butler 133 

Highland 39 

York Springs... 58 



Barr. 

211 

123 

80 

104 

103 

57 

129 

47 

80 

120 

136 

83 

143 

183 

101 

84 

80 

231 

121 

51 

62 

28 

93 

74 

40 

22 







Butler. 


Barr. 


6—1 Precinct 


45 


40 


2 


" 


115 


73 


3 


" 


104 


55 


4 


" 


33 


61 


5 


«' 


60 


68 


7—1 


(( 


94 


57 


2 


" 


132 


73 


3 


" 


02 


80 


8—1 


" 


73 


68 


2 


" 


72 


35 


3 


(( 


102 


68 


4 


" 


93 


43 


9—1 


li 


57 


78 


2 


« 


76 


96 


3 


» 


33 


91 


10—1 


'« 


61 


134 i 


2 


» 


46 


64 


11—1 


« 


86 


39 i 


2 


" 


157 


75 


3 


" 


101 


80 


4 


" 


101 


50 1 


12—1 


" 


90 


82. 


2 


(( 


85 


52 


3 


" 


39 


53 


4 


'< 


139 


106 


13—1 


(( 


91 


24 1 



Butler. Barr. 



Total 2375 2576 

Sutton, 118. 

ALLEGHENY. 

Dist. PITTSBURG. 

1—1 Precinct. 23 



3 

4 

14—1 



2 
3 

2—1 
2 
3 

3—1 
2 

4—1 
2 
3 

5—1 
2 
3 



52 
73 
72 

102 
83 
64 

104 
74 
45 

106 
34 
31 



153 


4 


57 


5 


78 15—1 


28; 2 


58 1 3 


78 16—1 


28, 2 


73 


3 


66 


4 


94 


5 


80 


17—1 


86 


2 


110 


3 


104 


4 



93 
41 
52 
109 
52 
91 
72 
79 
02 
69 
66 
54 
32 
41 
52 
44 
111 
146 
101 
81 



18- 36 

19—1 Precinct. 81 



2 
3 

20—1 
2 
3 

21—1 
2 
3 
4 

22—1 
2 
3 

23—1 
2 

24—1 
2 

25—1 
2 
3 

26—1 
2 
3 
4 

27—1 
2 

28—1 
2 
3 

29—1 
2 

30—1 
2 

31—1 
2 

32—1 
2 

33— .. 

34— .. 



101 

77 

86 

132 

105 

126 

16 

101 

55 

46 

49 

50 

42 

135 

113 

61 

93 

103 

120 

88 

136 

110 

75 

43 

44 

101 

45 

80 

72 

117 

87 

57 

85 

55 

119 

111 

.. 65 

.. 32 

35—1 Precinct. 49 

2 " 40 

36—1 . " 89 

2 « 71 

ALLEGHENY CITY. 

1 — 1 Precinct. 141 



92 

30 
18 
52 
22 
20 
39 
48 
5 
26 
34 
10 
18 
15 
52 
GG 

121 
3G 
82 
67 
09 
35 
88 
37 
51 

116 



53 
162 

38 
40 



1—2 
3 

2—1 
2 
3 
4 

3—1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

4—1 
2 
3 
4 

5—1 
2 
3 
4 

6—1 
2 
3 

7-1 
2 

8—1 
2 



Precinct 119 
123 
114 
" 279 
" 285 
" 148 
" 127 
" 183 
" 105 
" 79 
" 105 

121 

" 110 

" 152 

" 93 

121 

98 

" 117 

" 160 

" 99 

" 89 

27 

78 

95 

37 



10— 49 

11— 122 

12—1 Precinct. 44 

2 « 34 

54 13— 21 

68 BOROUGHS. 

61|M'Kee'p't, Ip 112 

6 " 2p 125 

12 1 « 3p 74 

32 Beltzhoover... 42 

30 Braddocks 112 

Bellevue 77 

Cliartiers 99 

Etna 150 

Elizabeth 149 

Glenfield 49 

32 Knoxville 21 

JMillvale 80 

38 I Mansfield 108 



56 
47 
57 
63 
69 
74 
30 
47 
38 
61 
58 
67 
62 
78 

105 
41 
50 
43 
51 
98 
75 
96 
61 
52 
60 
13 

170 
25 
75 
38 
12 
82 

126 

88 

27 

5 

103 
10 
40 
41 
68 
23 
10 
46 
24 



29 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 





Butler. 


Barr. 


1 Butler. 


Barr. 


Sewickley 


187 


57 


1 Scott, Ip 


30 


14 


Sharpsburg ... 


129 


111 


" 2p 


42 


17 


Tarentum 


95 


38 


Stowe 


43 


28 


Verona, 1 p.... 


63 


11 


U.St.Cl'ir.lp 


32 


19 


" 2 p.... 


83 


17 


2p 


33 


22 


WestBellevue 


31 


11 


Union 


86 


23 


West Liberty. 


38 


10 


Versailles 


41 


17 


W. Elizabeth. 


68, 


37 


Wilkins, 1 p... 


69 


9 


TOWNSHIPS. 




« 2p... 


76 


36 


Aleppo 


39 


25 


Sterrett,l p... 


71 


15 


Baldwin, 1 p.. 


23 


24 


" 2p... 


86 


19 


2 p.. 


129 


43 


West Deer, 1 p 


46 


5 


Chartiers, 1 p 


116 


• 37 


2p 


38 


10 


« 2p 


40 


24 


« 3p 


38 


4 


Collier 


47 


55 


« 4p 


42 


9 


Crescent 


18 


21 









Elizabeth, 1 p 


34 


47 


Total 17913 11199 


«' 2p 


46 


24 


Sutton, 1435. 






3p 


30 


2 


Richardson, 78. 




« 4p 


62 


9 


ARMSTRONG. 




East Deer 

Franklin 

Fawn 

Findley 

Forward, 1 p.. 
" 2 p.. 

Hampton 

Harmar 

Harrison 

Indiana, 1 p... 

« 2p... 

Jefferson, 1 p. 

2 p. 

Kilbuck 

Leet 

L St. Clair, 1 p 

« 2p 

Lincoln, 1 p... 

« 2 p... 

Mifflin, 1 p.... 

." 2 p.... 

" 3 p.... 

Moon 

Marshall 

McCandless... 

N.Fayette 

Neville 

N. Vers'les,! p 

2p 

O'Hara, 1 p ... 

« 2 p.... 

Ohio 

Plum,lp 

" 2p 

Penn, 1 p 

" 2p 

" 3p 

Pine 

Patton, Ip 

" 2p 


105 
47 
58 
73 
18 
56 
65 
54 

152 
44 
39 
48 
67 
74 
75 
40 
31 
45 
25 
53 
58 
50 
70 
29 
60 
72 
34 
45 
22 
65 
28 
36 
60 
47 
85 
48 
38 


37 
67 
10 
99 
20 
31 
37 
30 
43 
20 

7 
52 
34 
26 
13 
100 
14 
12 

7 
77 
43 
18 
67 
53 
87 
37 

4 
24 
56 
23 
12 
27 
45 
25 
32 
31 

8 


Apollo 

Boggs 

Brady's Bend.. 

Burrell 

Bethel 

Cowanshannoc. 

Dayton 

East Franklin.. 

Freeport 

Gilpin 

Hovey 

Kiski'minitis.... 


. 117 
. 97 
. 168 

42 
. 51 
. 240 

43 

. 139 

147 

91 

52 
105 


63 
95 

124 

154 
84 

144 
17 
78 

108 
97 
30 

101 


Kittanning tp.. 
" bo.. 

Laneville 

Leechburg 


. 73 

. 235 

38 

107 


150 
182 
39 
52 


Madison 

Mahoning 


143 

98 


79 
48 


Manor 

Manorville 


145 

30 


84 
20 


North Buffalo.. 

Perry 

Plum Creek.... 

Pine 

Parker, 1 w 

*' 2w 

Parks 

Queenstown 


92 

77 
157 

75 
102 
101 

28 
9 


72 
42 
136 
11 
55 
67 
80 
17 


Red Bank 

South Bend 


146 
55 


95 

128 


South Buffalo... 

Sugar Creek 

Valley 


103 

97 

143 


103 

73 

147 


Washington 

Wayne 

West Franklin. 


137 
127 

142 


39 
119 

104 


52 
44 
69 


52 
25 
41 


Total 

Sutton, 652. 


3752 3097 


Hobinson, 1 p 


9 


4 


BEAVER. 




2p 


63 


17 


Baden bo 


59 


20 


Bo8s,lp 


56 


12 


Beaver bo. 


174 


59 


" 2p 


43 


53 


" Falls, 1 w 


147 


45 


Reserve, 1 p... 


20 


19 


« " 2 w 


79 


29 


« 2 p... 


30 


24 


« « 3 w 


67 


31 


Richland 


56 


38 


« " 4 w 


42 


14 


Shaler, 1 p.... 


83 


15 


« « 6 w 


11 


29 


« 2 p.... 


52 


16 


« « 6 w 


14 


7 


Springfield.... 


83 


41 


Bridgewater bo 


117 


69 


S. Versailles... 


22 


18 


Fallston bo 


45 


35 


Snowden 


98 


27 


Freedom bo 


74 


58 


S. Fayette, 1 p 


55 


13 


Glasgow bo 


60 


29 


2p 


42 


13 


Georgetown bo 


42 


16 


Sewickley 


42 


17 


New Galilee bo 


26 


15 



Butler. 

N.Bright'n,NW113 

MW123 

« SWllO 

Phillipsburgbo 20 

Rochester bo... 254 

St. Clair 10 

Big Beaver tp.. 76 

Borough tp 29 

Brighton tp.... 74 
Darlington tp.. 122 
Chippewa tp... 81 
Economy tp.... 47 
Franklin tp.... 66 

Greene tp 177 

Frankfort dist H 86 
McGuire " H 70 
Harmony tp.... 34 
Hopewell tp.... 89 

Industry tp 90 

Independence tp 60 

Marion tp 12 

Moontp 89 

NewSew'kry,FD59 

« " FD18 

North Sew'kl'ytp 47 

Ohiotp. 129 

Patterson tp.... 7 

Pulaski tp 5G 

Raccoon tp 115 

Rochester tp... 43 
South Beaver.. 116 

Total 3367 

Sutton, 137. 
Richardson, 13. 
BEDFORD. 
Bedford bo, E W 80 
"WW 92 

« tp 110 

Bloomfield tp.. 53 
Broad Top tp... 66 

Coaldalo bo 23 

Coleraintp 59 

Cumberl'd v'y tp 28 

Everett bo 89 

Harrison tp 84 

Hopewell tp.... 58 
Hyndman bo... 14 

Juniata tp 54 

King tp 65 

Liberty tp 30 

Lond'nder'y tp 52 

3Ionroetp. 98 

Manntp 21 

Napier tp 101 

Pleasontvillo bo 32 
Providence. E tp 137 
" W tp 135 
Rainsburg bo.. 13 
St.Clairsvillebo 14 
St. Clair, E tp... 77 
« W tp... 78 

Saxton bo 21 

Schellsburg bo 33 

Snake Spring tp 32 

Southampt'n, tp 1 1 

" tp 2 29 

Union tp 74 

Woodbury bo... 42 
" tp... 55 
" Stp 123 

Total 2073 

Sutton, 60. 
Richardson, 2. 



Barr. 
47 
49 
31 
48 

156 
30 
34 
28 
Gl 
63 
45 

115 
44 
89 
30 
45 
6 
44 
63 
67 
39 
57 

102 
37 
64 
84 
5 
47 
48 
43 
38 



2105 



119 
61 

167 
58 



76 
31 
28 

122 
82 
53 
59 

121 
52 

103 
16 
31 
66 
29 



BERKS. 

Butler. 
Read'g, 1 w.. 230 
♦• 2w,lpl33 
" 2pl30 

" 3w,lpl33 
" 2pl87 

" 4 w, 267 
" 5w,lpl22 
" 2pl02 

" 6 w, 1 p 106 
" 2p 65 

" 7 w, 1 p 159 
" 2pl56 

" 8w,lpl08 
" 2pl01 

" 9 w, 1 p 101 
2p 44 
" 10 w, 114 
« llw,lp 85 
" 2pll9 

Total 24C2 

Albany 18 

Alsace 38 

Amity 77 

Bern 33 

" Upper... 66 

Bernville 32 

59 



Bethel 
Birdsboro.. 

Boyertown 33 

Brecknock.... 14 

Caernarvon... 59 

Centre 63 

Colebro'kdale 43 

Cumru 121 

District 19 

Douglass 23 

Earl 18 

29 I Exeter 49 

5! Fleetwood 33 

73 1 Greenwich.... 15 

i Hamburg 78 

Heidelberg.... 67 

N 13 

« L 73 

Hereford 65 

Jefferson 16 

Kutztown 58 

Longswamp... 126 

Maiden Creek 52 

Marion 67 

Maxatawny... 57 

Muhlenberg .. 19 

Oley 94 

Ontelaunee ... 66 

Penn. 

Perr3^ 

12|Pike 11 

72 I Richmond 22 

64 'Robeson 87 

15 I Rockland 23 

38 ! Ruscomb Man'r 25 

41; Spring 50 

24jTopton 24 

71 1 Tulpehocken . 53 
47 '* U 

26 Union 

56 Washington .. 



30 
29 



102 



2095 



Windsor 
Womelsdorf .. 



46 
74 
67 
5 
90 



109 

97 

158 

109 

142 

135 

85 

46 

78 

92 

90 

172 

173 

136 

136 

132 

146 

89 

87 

2212 
129 

86 

96 
122 
128 

35 
234 
124 

86 

54 

54 
171 

93 
112 

68 

75 
115 
146 

45 
175 
143 
127 
129 
214 
137 
157 
142 
169 

90 
142 
188 

69 
158 

45 
176 
148 
116 
117 

90 
146 

82 
114 

42 
193 
170 

76 
147 
108 
130 



Sutton, 560. 



4932 8025 



Si 



3° 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



-U' 



BLAIR. 




Butler. 


Barr. 


P. 


utler. 


Barr. 


South Creek.... 


. 78 


27 




273 


163 


Sylvania 


. 35 


1? 


" 2w 


161 


183 


Sheshequin 


. 144 


52 


" 3 w 


144 


201 


Standing Stone 


. 28 


82 


*' 4w 


158 


209 


South Waverly. 


. 18 


63 


" 6 w 


122 


161 


Towandatp 


. 50 


18 


« 6w 


174 


154 


" bo, 1 w 66 


27 


« 7w 


56 


46 


" " 2av 139 


66 


« 8 w 


56 


93 


" " 3 w 93 


44 


Antis tp 


163 


125 


" North 


. 48 


27 


Alle^heuy tp.... 


107 


62 


Troy tp 


. 150 


46 


Bennington dist 


16 


54 


" bo 


. 144 


45 


Blairtp 


46 


34 


Tuscarora 


. 91 


24 


Catharine tp 


44 


42 


Terry 


. 72 


52 


E. Tyrone bo 


22 


15 


Ulster 


. 110 


93 


E. Hollidaysb'g. 


48 


42 


Windham 


. 116 


76 


Erankstown tp.. 


171 


66 


Wyalusing 


. 139 


42 


Freedom tp 

Greenfield tp 

Gaysport bo 


108 


74 


Wysox 


92 


76 


142 


ns 


Welles 


45 


5^1 


39 


92 


Wilmot 


. 76 


57 


Huston tp... 

Hollidaysb'g,! ^\ 


135 


115 


Warren 


. 153 


50 


^ 79 


57 








2w 43 


38 


Total 


4588 2140 


" 3w 52 


50 


Sutton, 424. 






« 4w 64 


62 


Richardson, 210. 




Juniata tp 


52 


44 


BUCKS. 




Logan tp 


335 


147 


Bristol bo, Iw.. 


185 


89 


Martinsburg bo. 


77 


41 


" 2w.. 


159 


40 


N.Woodberry tp 


129 


180 


" 3w.. 


135 


70 


I^ewry bo 


19 


38 


" tp 


203 


115 


Snyder tp 


122 


52 


Bensalem 


. 178 


226 


Tyrone tp 


142 


41 


Bedminster 


. 202 


225 


Tyrone bo., 1 w. 


40 


16 


Buckingham... 


395 


177 


" . " 2 w. 


80 


54 


Bridgeton 


74 


66 


« " 3w. 


92 


40 


Doylestown bo. 


. 203 


237 


" " 4 w. 


44 


30 


tp. 


. 165 


174 


Taylor tp 


192 


111 


Durham 


100 


157 


Woodberry tp... 


211 


81 


Ealls 


315 


76 








Haycock 


60 


945 


Total 


3922 3136 


Hilltown 


323 


245 


Sutton, 274. 






Hulmeville 


56 


21 


Eichardson, 51. 




Langhorne 


113 


16 


BRADEOBD. 




L. Makefield.... 


308 


131 


Armenia 


33 


6 


U. 


203 


71 


Athens tp, 1 dist 


70 


52 


Middletown .... 


177 


90 


2 dist 


18 


50 


Milford 


164 


433 


« 3 dist 


52 


41 


Morris ville 


117 


50 


« 4 dist 




... 


New Hope 


143 


118 


Athens bo ., 


84 


47 


New Britain.... 


213 


119 


Albany 


176 


49 


Newtown bo.... 


142 


70 


Asylum 


70 


72 


tp.... 


124 


65 


Alba bo...... 


23 
50 


7 
55 


Northampton .. 
Nockamixon ... 


175 
40 


2?,9 


Barclay 


200 


Burlington tp... 


117 


32 


Perkasie 


37 


28 


" bo... 


17 


13 


Plum stead 


321 


157 


" W... 


82 


36 


Quakertown ... 


128 


211 


Canton tp 


158 


45 


Rockhill 


123 


313 


Canton bo 


106 


32 


B " 


19 


■\y) 


Columbia.... 


94 


53 


Richland 


116 


287 


Eranklin 


63 
155 


61 
15 


Sellersville 

Southampton .. 


27 
119 


H*?, 


Granville 


208 


Herrick 


75 


24 


Solebury 


37i 


139 


LeRoy 


122 


18 


Springfield 


145 


297 


Litchfield 


69 


53 


Tinicum 


79 


298 


Le Raysville 


54 


9 


Warrington 


. 83 


114 


Monroe tp 


95 


38 


Warminster .... 


116 


102 


Monroe bo 


52 


9 


Warwick 


117 


86 


Orwell.... 


141 


21 


Wrightstown.... 


. 150 


33 


Overton 


17 


42 








Pike 


116 


19 


Total 


6626 6243 


Ridgebury 


114 


65 


Richardson, 28. 




Rome tp.. 


111 


25 


BUTLER. 




" bo 


40 


9 


Adams 


68 


32 


Smithfield 


177 


73 


Allegheny 


78 


17 


Springfield 


150 


46 


Buffalo 


65 


35 



Butler. 

Butler 23 

Brady 57 

Clearfield 16 

Clinton 84 

Concord 108 

Clay 58 

Centre 49 

Cherry 50 

Conn'qenes'g, N 58 

S 32 

Cranberry 50 

Donegal 27 

Eairview, E 36 

« W... 73 

Forward 45 

Franklin 40 

Jackson, E 21 

" W 57 

Jefferson 46 

Lancaster 52 

Middlesex 78 

Marion 40 

Muddy Creek.. 97 

Mercer 82 

Oakland 43 

Parker 75 

Penn 66 

Summit 15 

Slippery Rock. 86 

Venango 28 

Winfield 27 

Washington.... 82 

Worth 69 

Butler bo, 1 p.. 58 

" 2 p.. 105 

Centreville ..... 44 

Zelienople 24 

Prospect 22 

Saxonburgh .... 16 

Sunbury,W.... 31 

Millerstown.... 68 

Petrolla 47 

Fairview 41 

Karns City 29 

Total.. 2466 

Sutton, 252. 
Richardson, 12. 

CAMBRIA. 

Adams tp. ........ 72 

Allegheny tp.... 21 

Blacklick tp 60 

Barrtp 31 

Cambria tp 171 

" bo, 1 w 8 

" 2w 15 

Carroll tp 22 

CarroUtown bo.. 4 

Chest tp 10 

Chest Springs bo 7 

Clearfield tp 15 

Conemaugh tp... 26 

" bo, 1 w 20 

" " 2w 16 

Coopersdale bo.. 51 

Croyletp 87 

Deantp 10 

E. Conemaugh bo 59 

Ebensb'gbo.EW 53 

" WW 63 

Elder tp 7 

Franklin bo 67 

Gallitzinbo 29 

*' tp 15 



Barr. 
48 
39 
69 
18 
16 
15 
30 
31 
23 
28 
55 

111 
11 
17 
60 
29 
49 

100 

91 
64 
39 
42 
29 
60 
44 
24 
31 
70 
38 
54 
67 
14 
61 
113 
155 
27 
49 
34 
33 
2 
65 
38 
13 
29 

2109 



63 

174 

34 

97 
40 
73 
78 

216 
86 
56 
24 

170 
23 

142 

118 
15 
79 
15 
38 
23 
90 
83 
28 
86 
24 



Butler. Barr. 

Jackson tp 101 40 

Johnstown, 1 w. 187 38 

" 2w. 126 35 

3w. 73 77 

" 4w. Ill 60 

« 6w. 112 50 

" 6 w. 108 47 

Loretto bo 9 42 

Millville bo, Iw. 88 34 

" 2w. 29 79 

Munster tp 14 82 

Prospect bo 7 34 

Pontage tp 40 64 

Reade tp 109 23 

Richland tp 81 64 

Stoney Creek tp 49 22 

Summerhill tp.. 36 48 

Summitville bo. 4 25 

Susquehanna tp. 52 71 

Tunnel Hill tp 25 

Taylor tp 65 20 

Washington tp. 11 155 

White tp 22 28 

Wilmorebo 33 33 

Woodvale bo 63 13 

Upper Yoder tp. 44 26 

Lower Yoder tp. 23 17 

Total 2514 3117 

Sutton, 319. 
Richardson, 22. 

CAMERON. 

Emporium bo 105 114 

Shippen tp 130 39 

Portage tp.... 12 9 

Lumber tp 64 71 

Driftwood bo 38 40 

Gibson tp 55 48 

Grove tp 23 31 

Total 427 352 

Sutton, 19. 

CABBON. 

Audenried 66 101 

Beaver Meadow 53 137 

East Penn 57 101 

E. Mauch Chunk 114 99 

Franklin 137 138 

Kidder, North... 48 49 

« South... 48 40 

Lansfordbo 140 114 

Lausanne... 22 39 

Lehigh 19 37 

Lehightonbo.... 144 168 

L.Towamensing 74 194 

M. Chunk, 1 w.. 211 132 

" 2 w.. 175 89 

Nesquehoning... 65 123 

Packer 7 63 

Packerton 45 28 

Penn Forest 17 61 

Parry ville bo.... 61 28 

Summit Hill 162 191 

U.Towamensiug 27 140 

Weatherbybo... 92 133 

Reissportbo 28 44 

Total 1926 2333 

Sutton, 180. 
Richardson, 67. 

CENTRE. 

Bellefo'teboNW144 71 

« SW 69 107 

« WW 48 35 



T 



31 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



Butler. Barr. | 

Howard bo 38 35 

Milesburgbo.... 32 32 1 

Millheim bo 22 104 

Unionville bo... 29 25 

Philipsburg bo.. 130 111 

Boggs tp 66 127 j 

Bennertp 28 106 1 

Burnsidetp 33 16! 

College tp 102 59 j 

Uirtin tp 11 20 1 

Ferguson, OP... 49 142 

NP... 67 31-1 

Gregg tp 32-151 

Haines tp 70 153 

Half Moon tp... 55 31 

Harris tp 60 103 

Howard tp 52 61 

Huston tp 48 33 

Liberty tp 60 30, 

Marion tp ' 29 781 

Miles tp 38 18i 

Pattontp 59 29 | 

Penn tp 6 89, 

Potter tp.N P.. . 50 132 | 

« SP... 53 nil 

Rushtp 18 54 1 

Snowshoe tp 24 67 

Spring tp 116 128 

Taylor tp 27 23 

Union tp 47 44 

Walker tp 39 146 

Worth tp 35 49 

Total 1776 2710 

Sutton, 299. 
E.ichardson, 61. 

CHESTER. 

Atglen 33 25 

Birmingham 26 20 

Bradford, E 117 6 

'* W 101 40 

Brandywine, E.. 101 68 

" W. 66 37 

Cain 73 33 

Cain, E 31 9 

'* W 122 62 

Cbarlestown 65 40 

Coatesville 195 85 

Coventry, N 98 74 

'* E 82 21 

" S 48 38 

Downingtown... 89 99 

Easttown 100 11 

Elk 21 6.1 

Eallowfield, E... 114 41 

" W.. 55 66 

Franklin 46 76 

Goshen, E 81 19 

'♦ W 92 53 

Highland 70 28 

Honeybrook 136 114 

Hopewell 10 17 

Kennett bo 104 42 

" tp 119 32 

London Britain 15 38 

Londonderry 68 63 

London Grove... 109 30 

Marlborough, B 186 28 

W 126 18 

Nantmea!, E 88 60 

'• W 92 65 

New Garden 151 35 

Ncwlin 63 16 

New Loudon 78 19 



Butler. Barr. 

Nottingham, E.. 103 79 

W.. 56 63 

Oxford bo 120 69 

" U 71 46 

'< L 86 85 

Parkesburg 66 28 

Penn 68 28 

Pennsbury 80 21 

Phoenixv'e,NW 15 176 

« S W 294 120 

Pikeland, E 34 01 

" W 60 93 

Pocopson 63 16 

Sadsbury 44 50 

" W 69 28 

Schuylkill 65 28 

Spring City 90 76 

Thornbury 25 9 

Tredyffriu 148 53 

Uwchlan 101 30 

" U 104 88 

Valley 61 25 

Vincent, E 37 55 

« W 67 111 

Wallace 87 20 

Warwick 45 42 

Westtown 68 40 

Whiteland, E... 95 64 

" W... 88 44 

Willistown 149 55 

West Chester.... 973 166 

Total 6623 3388 

Sutton, 72. 

Richardson, 251. 
CLARION. 

Ashland 62 58 

Beaver 82 209 

Brady 19 4 

Clarion bo 120 152 

" tp 97 134 

Callensburg 26 23 

Curllsville 19 6 

East Brady 71 65 

Edenburg 90 71 

Elk 134 106 

Farmington 53 126 

Highland 27 46 

Knox 2 97 

Licking 38 108 

Limestone 97 117 

Madison 65 84 

Monroe 65 134 

Mill Creek 63 69 

New Bethlehem 27 48 

Paint 18 62 

Perry 123 153 

Piney 35 63 

Porter 88 107 

Red Bank 40 140 

Richland, E 60 189 

" W 91 103 

Rimersburg 24 34 

Sligo 41 17 

Strattanville 41 36 

St. Petersburg... 61 98 

Salem 64 160 

Toby 61 98 

Washington 55 153 

Total 1939 3040 

Sutton, 247. 
Richardson, 4. 
CLEARFIELD. 

Burnside bo 17 17 



ButlfT. Barr. 

Clearfield bo 118 182 

Curwensville bo 95 48 

Houtzdale bo.... 36 85 

Lumber City bo. 18 29 

Newbergbo 8 25 

N.Washington bo 11 28 

Osceola bo 47 97 

Wallacetown bo 5 18 

Beccariatp 68 79 

Belltp 21 99 

Bloom tp 13 38 

Boggs tp 1 49 

Bradford tp 37 84 

Brady tp 28 204 

Burnsidetp GO 36 

Chest tp 61 63 

Covington tp.... 6 68 

Decatur tp 40 49 

Ferguson tp 25 44 

Girardtp 13 28 

Goshen tp 14 27 

Graham tp 5 43 

Greenwood tp... 28 49 

Gulich tp 83 32 

Huston tp 65 61 

Jordan tp 13 46 

Karthaus tp 12 33 

Knoxtp 16 88 

Lawrence tp 94 191 

Morris tp 29 109 

Penn tp 38 68 

Pike tp 65 100 

Sandy tp 94 147 

Union tp 43 28 

Woodward tp.... 55 102 

Total ! 1372 2494 

Sutton, 427. 
Richardson, 13. 

CLINTON. 

Allison tp 88 25 

Bald Eagle tp... 63 39 

Beech Creek tp. 26 54 

" bo. 28 30 

Chapman tp 27 61 

Colebrook tp 7 29 

Crawford tp 17 39 

Castanea tp 14 27 

Dunnstable tp... 35 28 

Gallauher tp 2 24 

Guigan tp 6 33 

Greene tp 28 82 

East Keating tp 5 32 

West Keating tp 1 32 

Lamar tp 98 86 

Leidytp 35 21 

Logon tp 13 148 

Logansville bo.. 27 46 

L. Haven, Iw... 113 133 

" 2w... 94 119 

'* 3w... 93 105 

« 4w... 75 105 

Mill Hall bo 62 29 

Noyes tp 17 77 

Pine Creek tp... 48 55 

Porter tp 66 72 

Renovo bo, 1 w. 71 123 

" 2w. 97 95 

Wayne tp 47 61 

Woodward tp.... 46 

Total 1327 1889 

Sutton, 61. 
Richardson, 66. 



COLUMBT 

Bui 

Beaver 

Benton 

Berwick 

Bloomsburg, E.. 
" W.. 

Briar Creek 

Catawissa 

Centralia 

Centre 

Conyngham, N.. 

S.. 

Fishing Creek... 

Franklin 

Greenwood 

Hemlock 

Jackson 

Locust 

Madison 

Main 

Mifflin 

Montour 

Mt. Pleasant .... 

Orange 

Pine 

Roaring Creek.. 

ScottjE 

*' W 

Sugarloaf 



A. 

tier* Barr. 

20 101 

28 137 
131 83 
105 167 
110 87 

23 61 

88 123 

29 66 
48 86 
... 42 
... 27 
37 101 
20 37 
95 120 
36 108 

7 87 

64 138 

31 159 

4 72 

42 107 



24 
40 
40 
21 
24 
43 
35 
15 



38 
81 
59 
47 
41 
60 
66 
15 



Total 1160 2441 

Sutton, 378. 
Richardson, 210. 

CRAWFORD. 

Athens 49 27 

Beaver 85 7 

Bloomfield 107 21 

Blooming Val'y 17 7 

Cambridge bo... 44 26 

** tp... 19 29 

Centre ville 36 6 

Cochran ton 46 32 

Conneaut 157 34 

Conneautville... 103 41 

Cussewago 112 35 

Evansburg 21 9 

Fairfield 32 50 

" East... 15 23 

Fallowfield,East 63 91 

" West 35 42 

Geneva 22 26 

Greenwood 76 52 

Hartstown 17 11 

Hayfield Ill 68 

Linesville 42 25 

Itlead 66 31 

Meadville, 1 w.. 152 32 

" 2 w.. 157 63 

" 3w.. 80 76 

" 4 w.. 123 71 

Oil Creek 33 23 

" bo.... 18 16 

Pine 35 7 

Randolph 151 15 

Riceviiie 27 8 

Richmond 102 31 

Rockdale 74 39 

Rome 67 12 

Sadsbury 43 38 

Sajgertown 52 20 

Sparta 55 16 

Spartansburg.... 43 21 

Spring 135 33 

" bo o7 19 



Butler. Barr. 

Shenango, N 62 57 

S 4-8 71 

" W.... 27 20 

Stenben 67 6 

Summerhill 70 35 

Summit 104 62 

Titusville, 1 w... 86 49 

" 2 w... 106 30 { 

" 3 w... 26 40 ! 

« 4w... 30 32! 

Townville 47 6 

Troy 56 19 

Union 36 21 

Vallonia 15 24 

Venango 16 50 

" bo 14 49 

Vernon 79 85 

Wayne 31 24 

Woodcock 58 82 

" bo.... 9 16 

Total 3606 2011 

Sutton, 1840. 
Kichardson, 27. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Carlisle, 1 w 84 252 

" 2 w 79 172 

« 3 w 169 146 

« 4 w 197 146 

K Middleton.... 55 117 

S. " .... 182 231 

L.Dickinson.... 90 85 

L. Frankford.... 31 96 

Newville, N W. 80 119 

" S W. 68 63 

Mifflin 43 245 

U. W. Pen'sbo'h 99 147 

U. Frankford ... 62 97 

N.Newton 83 149 

Shippensburgbo 247 198 

" tp 59 37 

U. Soutbampt'n 136 115 

Mech'uic'b'g,l w 139 94 

2w 74 84 

" 3w C2 60 

" 4w 66 48 

Newburgbo 39 53 

Hopewell 86 133 

Cooke 38 14 

L. Southampton 43 86 

S.Newton 44 75 

Penn 91 152 

U. Dickinson.... 29 59 

L.W. Pen'sbor'h 1:^8 61 

Monroe 187 116 

Middlesex 93 127 

Mt. Holly Springs 96 86 

Silver Spring.... 96 239 

Hampden 61 93 

E. Pennsboro'... 291 176 

N. Cumberland. 73 27 

Lower Allen 84 72 

Upper " 136 122 

Shiremanstown. 83 15 

Total 3813 4407 

Sutton, 118. 

DAUPHIN. 

Harrisb'g,lw,l p. 93 24 

" 2 p. 203 97 

« 2w 154 117 

" 3w 279 173 

" 4w 407 198 

« 5w 281 178 



Butler. Barr. 

Harrisb'g6 w,l p. 214 135 

2 p. 94 83 

« 7w 131 213 

" 8 w,l p. Ill 93 

" 2 p. 135 65 

" 9w 193 147 

Williams 235 64 

Hummelstown.. 151 39 

Lykens bo 137 67 

Susqueh'a, N p.. 71 44 

S p.. 89 18 

Swatara, 1 p 107 49 

" 2p 98 23 

L. " 87 52 

Berrysburg 60 20 

Middletown,SW 58 86 

" NW 98 62 

« MW 69 47 

Londonderry ... 97 17 

W. " ... 31 8 

Conewago 81 10 

Derry 135 11 

S. Hanover Ill 31 

E. " 99 20 

W. " 54 23 

L. Paxton 105 48 

M. " 52 131 

Dauphin 71 56 

Rush 14 6 

Reed 15 27 

Jefferson 12 31 

Jackson 78 96 

Halifax tp 100 79 

" bo 54 47 

Millersburg 130 91 

U. Paxton 90 83 

Washington 86 114 

Mifflin 44 25 

Uniontown 49 21 

Wiconisco 55 34 

Lykens tp 83 34 

Gratz 40 19 

Wayne 27 59 

Total 5248 3223 

Sutton, 300. 
Richardson, 32. 



Media bo 222 

Middletown 179 

Newtown 57 

U. Providence... 82 



L. 



66 28 

72 



DELAWARE. 



Aston 

Bethel 

Birmingham .... 

Chester tp 

Chester, NW 1 p 

2p 

" 3p 

" 4p 

" MWNp 

" Sp 

SW 1 p 

2p 

« 3p 

N. Chester bo... 

S. " bo... 

U. Chichester... 

L. 

Concoyd 

Darby bo 

" tp 

U. Darby, N D.. 
" Clift'n 
" F'w'd 

Edgmont 

Havcrford 

Marple 



140 
62 
53 
24 
52 
81 



55 


42 


82 


87 


85 


84 


64 


35 


146 


7o 


85 


32 


80 


100 


112 


41 


150 


64 


41 


16 


78 


50 


138 


29 


83 


79 


34 


14 


75 


24 


55 


83 


87 


21 


61 


40 


62 


18 


121 


10 



Radnor 73 

! Ridley ^ 91 130 

i Springfield 102 28 

Tinicum 10 6 

Upland 137 48 

Thornbury 67 41 

Total 3162 1687 

Sutton, 35. 
Richardson, 49. 

ELK. 

Benezette 60 50 

Benzinger 21 249 

Fox 30 127 

Highland 10 6 

Horton 16 44 

Jay 46 12 

Jones 93 39 

Millstone 7 11 

Ridgway 87 132 

St. Mary's bo.... 22 189 

Spring Creek.... 14 12 

Total 396 881 

Sutton, 149. 

ERIE. 

Albion 39 22 

Amity 55 61 

Concord, 54 27 

Corry, 1 w 150 97 

" 2w 136 87 

Conneaut 142 36 

Elgin 20 5 

Erie, 1 w, 1 dist. 55 51 

" 2 dist. Ill 45 

" 3 dist. 65 150 

'* 2 w, 1 dist. 75 139 

" 2 dist. 114 89 

« 3 dist. 64 63 

" 3 w, 1 dist. 114 65 

« 2 dist. 141 47 

" 3 dist. 67 66 

" 4 w, 1 dist. 130 110 

" 2 dist. 95 39 

»« 3 dist. 132 69 

« 5w 104 118 

" 6w 122 119 

East Mill Creek. 83 92 

Edinboro 77 46 

Elk Creek 136 95 

Franklin 98 28 

Fairview tp 120 68 

" bo 49 28 

Greenfield ....... 90 21 

Greene 81 95 

Girardtp 227 95 

" bo 71 35 

Harbor Creek... 127 81 

LeBoeuf. 129 114 

Lockport 34 40 

Mill Village 58 38 

McKean 144 22 

Middleboro 24 7 

North East 1p... 180 109 

" bo... 159 60 

Summit 44 54 

Springfield 268 43 

Union tp 86 48 

" bo 145 147 



Butler. Barr. 

Venango 137 71 

Washington 185 75 

Waterford tp.... 206 73 

'* bo.... 117 48 

Wattsburg 43 26 

Wayne 70 18 

W. Mill Creek... 108 64 

Total 5281 3244 

Sutton, 730. 

Richardson, 1. 

FAYETTE. 

Bellevernon bo. 93 36 

Bri'Igeport bo... 1J5 27 

Brownsville bo.. 130 59 

tp.. 11 6 

Connellsvi'ebo.l 92 14 1 

2 91 163 

« tp.. 7 56 

Dawson bo 21 48 

Dunbar tp.,1.... 71 123 

2.... 57 71 

Franklin tp 87 80 

Fayette City bo 21 52 

Georgotp 78 119 

German tp 146 128 

Henry Clay tp.. 19 66 

Jefferson tp 78 39 

Luzerne tp 133 109 

Masontown bo... 32 55 

Menallen tp 110 120 

New Haven bo.. 36 16 

Nicholson tp 72 132 

North Union tp. 63 112 

Perry tp 61 72 

Redstone tp 76 78 

Saltlick tp 15 118 

South Union tp. 71 60 

Springhill tp ... 75 135 

Springfield tp... 83 76 

Stewart tp 61 53 

L. Tyrone tp 55 92 

U. " tp 58 52 

Union bo., E.W. 110 109 

" bo., W.W 137 111 

Washington tp. 16 48 

Wharton tp 130 108 



Total 2594 2949 

Sutton, 345. 

Richardson, 6. 
FOREST. 

Barnelt 52 28 

Green 24 31 

Harmony 34 32 

Hickory 26 14 

Howe 10 10 

Jcnks 10 23 

Kingsley 39 27 

Tionesta 31 20 

« bo 44 14 

Total 270 199 

Sutton, 290. 
Richardson, 2. 

FRANKLIN. 

Antrim, 1 dist.. 99 47 

" 2 dist... 156 101 

« 3 dist... 117 138 

" 4 dist... 94 93 

Chambersb'g,lw 112 43 

" 2w 234 144 

« 3w 146 106 

« 4w 183 90 



Butlc*. Barr. 

Concord .-.. 14 62 

Dry Run 92 71 

Fayetteville 153 125 

Green Village... 148 64 

Guilford Ih2 153 

Hamilton 82 83 

Letterkenuy 100 135 

Lurgan 64 90 

Loudon 63 74 

Metal 95 68 

Montgomery 187 119 

Orrstown 33 78 

Peters 114 44 

Quincy, 1 dist... 108 100 

« 2 dist... 108 132 

Southampton.... 29 42 

St. Thomas 93 138 

Sulphur Spring. 35 63 

Washingt'n,! dis 161 105 

" 2 dis 170 156 

Warren 30 37 

Welsh Run 64 77 

Total 3256 2768 

Sutton, 6. 

Richardson, 20. 
FULTON. 

Ayr 76 108 

Belfast 31 66 

Bethel 47 88 

B. Creek 61 60 

Dublin 68 73 

L. Creek 80 86 

McConnellsburg... 61 67 

Taylor 60 83 

Thompson 38 78 

Tod 25 46 

Union 36 30 

Wells 39 64 

Total 592 829 

Richardson, 5. 
GREENE. 

Alleppo 51 57 

Carmichaels...... 68 39 

Centre 109 149 

Cumberland 157 116 

Dunkard 66 130 

Franklin 41 185 

Gilmore 53 66 

Greene 42 61 

Greensboro 60 30 

Jackson 64 68 

Jefferson 36 108 

'* bo 23 . 64 

Marion 21 23 

Monongahela ... 64 54 

Morgan 84 107 

Morris 67 116 

Perry 85 132 

Rich Hill 72 211 

Spring Hill G9 101 

Wnshington 11 124 

Wayne 39 202 

Waynesburg bo. 110 99 

Whitely 30 14G 

Total 1382 2378 

Sutton, 54. 
Richardson, 10. 

HUNTINGDON. 

Barree 43 55 

Birmingham .... 22 7 

Brady 31 48 



Butler. Barr. 

Brond Top City. 25 23 

Cart)ou 24 31 

Cass 96 30 

Clay 41 30 

Coalmont 5 11 

Cromwell 61 84 

Dudley 8 13 

Dublin 80 75 

Fianklin 65 22 

Henderson 21 43 

Hopewell 10 16 

Hunti'gd'n, 1 w 80 67 

« 2 w 119 57 

« 3w 70 30 

« 4w 27 30 

Jackson 74 54 

Juniata 39 18 

Lincoln 69 12 

Logan 64 78 

Mapleton 30 4 

3Iarklesburg.... 20 11 

Morris 32 28 

Mt. Union bo.... 65 53 

" dist.. 33 21 

Oneida 23 10 

Orbisonia 39 68 

Penn 90 64 

Porter 158 69 

Saltillo 20 10 

Shade Gap 11 11 

Shirley 61 71 

Springfield 64 6 

Spruce Creek.... 84 44 

Tell 22 73 

Three Springs... 23 11 

Todd 73 15 

Union 51 13 

Walker 34 17 

Warriorsmark .. 117 36 

West 45 39 

Total 2098 1478 

Sutton, 284. 
Richardson, 3. 

INDIANA. 

Armagh 20 6 

Armstrong 88 28 

Buffington 67 10 

Brush Valley.... 65 19 

Banks 49 11 

Burrel 81 44 

Blairsville 104 39 

Blacklick 69 20 

Conemaugh 63 37 

Canoe 26 41 

Centre 73 23 

Cherry Hill 195 33 

Cherry Tree 27 23 

Green 166 8 

Grant 72 6 

Homer City 25 16 

Indiana 171 81 

'* West... 90 24 

Jack=!onville 23 5 

Montgomery 63 13 

Marion 42 2 

Mahoning, E 87 11 

" W... 101 18 

«« N.... 135 35 

" S 164 12 

Mechanicsburg. 26 4 

Pine 30 33 

Rayne 110 25 

Smicksburg 32 5 



Shelocta 15 

Saltsburg 70 

I White 109 

■ Washington 72 

I Wheattield, E... 67 

I '♦ W... 60 

Young 72 



Total 2722 808 

Sutton, 1708. 

JEFFERSON. 

Brookville 209 169 

Big Run 18 6 

Corsica 30 23 

Clayville 11 6 

Punxsutawuey . 62 62 

Reynoldsville.... 91 65 

Worthville 11 15 

Barnett 17 14 

Bell 31 74 

Beaver 36 64 

Clover 73 62 

Eldred 61 76 

Gaskill 17 47 

Henderson 8 66 

Heath 9 15 

Knox 97 37 

McCalmont 24 21 

Oliver 65 66 

Pine Creek 48 57 

Polk 39 7 

Porter 36 62 

Perry 132 62 

Rose 114 95 

Ringgold 46 81 

Snyder 96 33 

Union 49 62 

Warsaw, East... 63 44 

" West.. 83 14 

Winslow 93 77 i 

Washington 129 50 

Young 46 75 

Total 1821 1576 

Sutton, 165. 
Richardson, 1. 

JUNIATA. 

Lack 72 139 

Black Log 11 26 

Tuscarora 87 192 

Spruce Hill 96 72 

Beale 99 100 

Turbett 43 103 

Milford 81 121 

Rort Royal 66 43 

Patterson 60 101 

Mifflintown 64 82 

Fermanagh 72 101 

Fayette 243 120 

Monroe 78 112 

Walker 184 135 

Delaware 139 89 

Thompsontown. 27 33 

Greenwood 16 98 

Susquehanna.... 47 64 

Total 1466 1734 

Sutton, 184. 

LACKAWANNA. 

ArchbalJ, 1 w... 4'J 60 

" 2 w... 6 92 

" 3 w... 26 58 

Benton tp 128 66 



Butler, Barr. 

Blakely 117 12 

Buck 18 

Carbond'ctp,N.d 24 52 

" S.d 20 19 

" Iw, Id 136 13 

" 2d 119 10 

« 3d 27 76 

" 2w, Id 43 15 

" 2d 64 32 

« 3d ... 28 

" 3w, Id 27 32 

" 2d 54 55 

3d 1 78 

" 4w, Id 7 57 

« 2d 2 33 

" 3d 3 61 

Clifton 28 13 

Covington 102 24 

Dickson City 40 28 

Dunmore, 1 V,'... 37 69 

2 w... 28 73 

♦* 3 w... 64 74 

" 4w... 2 64 

«* 6w... 2 36 

" 6w... 38 26 

Fell 23 13 

Glenburn 36 11 

Goldsboro... 27 29 

Greenfield... 82 23 

Jefferson 32 47 

Jermyn 89 39 

Lackawanna,N.dl93 30 

" S.d 25 135 

«' W.d 91 60 

Madison 117 29 

Newton 90 60 

N. Abington 130 38 

Old Forge 88 61 

Oiyphant ., 94 198 

Ransom 21 42 

Roaring Brook .. 47 34 

Scott 168 69 

Scrauton, Iw 20'J 26 

*' 2w,ld 133 62 

«* 2w 61 7 

« 3w 6 44 

" 4w..;.. 279 17 

" 6w, Id 143 34 

« 2d 121 21 

« 6w 9 44 

*' 7w 34 33 

" 8w,ld 115 41 

« 2d 167 66 

« 9w 134 22 

" lOw 75 41 

« llw 150 81 

" 12w 3 391 

♦* 13w 81 10 

« 14w 129 77 

« 15w 140 13 

« 16w 215 70 

« 17w 222 39 

« 18w 16 35 

«' 19w 44 90 

« 20 w,.... 47 91 

« Iw, Id 15 15 

«' 2d 37 8 

S. Abington 145 26 

Spring Brook.... 47 8 

Waverly 30 32 

Winton 12 65 

Total 5364 3613 

Sutton, 1619. 
Richardson, 140. 



34 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



A^ 



LANCASTER. 




Butler. Barr. 


Butler. Barr. 


Butler. Barr. 


Butler. 


Barr. 


E.D'l,L'nc'n S.H 114 


13 


Hanover tp. Old 


19 


152 Lehman... 81 


42 


— 








New 


54 


87 Nanticoke, N. d. 123 


56 


Lancaster, 1 w 212 


149 


Total 11705 5303 


Salisbury tp 


156 


105 1 « S.d.. 8 


14 


" 2 w 268 


199 


Sutton, 48. 






Whitehall tp 


167 


131 Nescopeck 36 


83 


" 3 w 273 


127 


Richardson, 102. 




S. Whitehall tp. 


95 


168 New Columbus.. 18 


24 


« 4 w 336 


131 

120 


LAWRENCE. 
New Castle, 1 w 211 


89 


N. " 

U. Macungie tp. 


110 

82 


219 
2i6 


Cvewport 66 


50 


♦' 5 w 228 


Old Forge 16 


7 


" 6 w 3Ul 


248 


" 2 w 


135 


30 


L, 


103 


198;Paisons 103 


42 


« 7 w 205 


227 


« 3w 


123 


69 


U. Milford tp... 


73 


197 Pittston tp, N.d. 40 


30 


8 w 130 


283 


« 4 w 


137 


90 


L. 


55 


125 


S.d. 7 


79 


" 9 w 227 


203 


Wampum bo 


73 


12 


Heidelberg tp... 


190 


65 


Pittston, Iw 28 


50 






N.Wilming'n bo 


80 


16 


Weisenburg tp.. 


59 


152 


" 2 w 44 


8 


Total 2180 1697 


Big Beaver tp... 


87 


39 


Lowhill tp 


60 


65 


3w 40 


30 


Drumore 219 


224 


Little Beaver.,,. 


156 


58 


Lynn tp 


140 


174 


" 4w,ld 69 


35 


Elizabethtown 112 


70 


North Beaver.,, 


223 


122 


Washington tp.. 


153 


36 


" 2d 44 


10 


Earl 313 


56 


Hickory 


101 


57 


U. Saucon tp 


138 


177 


«' 5 w, Id 9 


43 


Elizabeth tp.... 100 


23 


Mahoning 


168 


46 









2d 30 


60 


Strasburg bo..,. 113 


47 


Neshannock 


98 


17 


Total 3407 3795 


♦' 6w,ld 87 


37 


Ilapho,M'h'm bo 196 


91 


Perry 


60 


26 


S-atton, 6. 






« 2d 29 


35 


Salisbury 348 


60 


Plaingrove 


108 


16 


Richardson, IS 






" tp, E.d 21 


14 


East Cocalico... 155 


50 


Pulaski, 1 dist... 


117 


25 


LUZERNE. 




Plains, Id 47 


42 


E.D'ngal.M'yt'n 160 


83 


" 2 dist... 


101 


21 


Ashley, 1 w 


64 


25 


" 2 d 26 


18 


Caernarvon 98 


89 


Scott 


117 


71 


" 2w 


64 


15 


" 3 d 73 


70 


Martic 143 


74 


Shenango 


138 


82 


*' 3w 


56 


23 Pleasant Valley 46 


66 


Bart 115 


63 


Slipperyrock 


165 


67 


Bear Creek 


7 


7 


Plymouth, 1 w.. 64 


3 


Colerain 66 


130 


Taylor 


51 


33 


Black Creek 


34 


71 


" 2 w.. 29 


9 


Fulton 166 


63 


Union 


119 


89 


Buck 


4 


14 


" 3 w.. 50 


19 


Warwick 362 


92 


Washington 


38 


67 


Butler 


64 


159 


*' 4 w.. 45 


48 


Marietta 217 


103 


Wayne 


75 


63 


Conyngham 


24 


66 


" 5w.. 78 


19 


Columbia, 1 w. 244 


129 


Wilmington tp,. 


122 


46 


Dallas bo 


26 


32 


<♦ 6 w,. 18 


26 


'♦ 2 w. 224 


145 




. 




" tp 


60 


107 


« 7w.. 21 


10 


" 3w. 137 


160 


Total 2803 1251 


Denison. 


26 


42 


« 8w.. 27 


20 


Sadsbury 143 


83 
45 
40 


Sutton, 188. 
Richardson, 107. 
LEBANON. 




Dorranco 


30 
69 
62 


67 
32 
23 


" tp,E,d,ld 74 
" " 2d 24 
« " 3d 23 


40 




Exeter 


13 


Brecknock 34 


Fairmount, E,d. 


66 


Mount Joy. 191 


G8 


Lebanon bo, 1 w 


220 


109 


W.d. 


68 


49 


« W,d,ld 20 


5 


E.Hemp'dPerr'g213 


44 


" 2 w 


121 


196 


Franklin 


64 


62 


" " 2d 15 


33 


W. Lampeter... 248 


20 


" 3 \w 


88 


85 


Freeland 


38 


46 


<= « 3d 24 


26 


Conesto-a 256 


19 


" 4w 


179 


86 


Hanover, S, d.... 


62 


36 


Ransom 10 


2 


Was]ii'gt'n,IT.w, 37 


32 


" 5 w 


129 


121 


« N,d.... 


27 


34 


Ross 110 


59 


L.w. 11 


43 


" 6 w 


118 


100 


Foster, N.d 


68 


44 


Salem .,.. 55 


103 


Ephrata 312 


103 


N, Lebanon tp... 


192 


133 


" S.d 


45 


67 


Shicksninny 81 


61 


Conoy 285 


40 


S. " 


112 


121 


" E, d 


30 


29 


Siocum 21 


40 


Manheimtp.... 243 


70 


N. Cornwall tp.. 


55 


51 


Hazle, 1 dist.,... 


43 


76 


Sugarloaf, 64 


109 


Millersville,M'r 238 


61 


8. " 


130 


121 


2 ciist 


42 


48 


Sugar Notch 46 


40 


West Earl 165 


4 

46 


N. Annvilletp... 

S. 


277 
269 


67 
69 


" 3 dist 

" 4disi 


81 
17 


77 
27 


Union 67 


68 


Silver Spring... 110 


Upper Lehigh... 57 


58 


Strasburg tp... 196 


27 


Londonderry tp 


207 


70 


" 5 dist 


24 


64 


West Pitston.,. 297 


34 


Indiantown... . 175 


14 


East Hanover tp 


192 


68 


" 6di«t 


42 


34 


W. Haven, N,w. 83 


49 


West Cocalico,. 140 


52 


Swatara tp 


110 


35 


" 7 dist 


23 


14 


S.W.. 52 


61 


East Earl 154 


GO 


Jonestown bo... 


133 


28 


" 8 dist 


74 


64 


Wilkesb'etpM.d 35 


30 


Paradise 181 


102 
61 


Union tp 

Bethel tp 


136 

118 


48 
159 


'' 9 (list 

'• 10 dist 


15 
111 


33 
65 


S.d 13 
N.d 11 


8 


E. Hempfield .. 147 


15 


Lancaster tp... 92 


7 


Jackson tp 


330 


286 


Hazlet'n,E.w,ld 


73 


46 


" 1 w 71 


50 


East Lampeter 206 


26 


Mill Creek tp..,. 


302 


91 


2d 


88 


114 


« 2w.... 58 


4^1 


Little Britain.. 151 


134 


Heidelburg 


234 


121 


" 3d 103 


35 


" 3w 59 


72 


Upper Leacock 175 


50 


Cold Spring 


3 


2 


»' W.w,ld 


80 


40 


« 4w 133 


65 


Penn 95 


32 
38 


Total 


3655 2167 


" 2<1 
3d 


64 
65 


64 

25 


5w 121 

" 6w 114 


56 


Adamstown .,.. 75 


61 


Clay 170 


26 


Sutton, 23. 






Hollenback 


59 


38 


" 7w 101 


78 


Pequea 155 


16 


LEHIGH. 




Himlock 


87 


23 


" 8w 121 


12G 


Providence 185 


63 


Allentown, 1 w 


158 


66 


Huntingd'n.N.d 


62 


56 


" 9w 26 


22 


Eden tp 92 


1 '>3 


'' 2 w 


188 


160 


" S.d 


46 


9-> 


« 10 w 132 


45 


L'hm'nSjMt.Joy 37 


12 


" 3 w 


190 


107 


" M.d 


49 


24 


'• 11 w 156 


113 


W. Donegal 75 


55 


" 4 w 


178 


150 


Hughestown.. . 


57 


45 


" 12 w 109 


65 


Br'n'm'n's,Mt. Joy 48 


19 


" 5 w 


254 


310 


Jackson 


47 


29 


" 13 w 80 


99 


Strickler'SjEapbo 49 


6 


" G w 


50 


168 


Jeddo 


21 


7 


*' 14 w. Id 22 


49 


Springville,EDon 48 


17 


7 w 


145 


129 


Jenkins, N. d.... 


18 


59 


" 2d 86 


69 


Kapho, Newto'n 59 


1 


" 8 w 


55 


82 


'' S.d.... 


31 


56 


« 15 w...... 76 


37 


Manor, New.... 85 


40 


Catasauq'abOjlw 94 


74 


Kingston bo 


159 


59 


Wright 43 


59 


Mountville 148 


60 


2w 173 


4?, 


'• tp.N.E.d 


99 


109 


Yatesville 44 


6 


Norwood ;.. 78 


15 
14 


Emaus bo 


46 
38 


78 
37 


" S.W.d 
M. d. 


28 
111 


4 
41 


Total 7042 




Northwestern . 47 


Coplay bo 


5735 


Sporting Hill.. 65 


15 


Macungio bo 


32 


65 


S. d... 


51 


35 


Sutton, 3538. 




Union Square. 39 


17 


Slatington bo ... 


152 


47 


Lake 


53 


48 


Richardson, 51. 






LYCOMING. 

Butler, Barr. 

Armstrong 32 47 

Anthouy 4 29 

Brown 5 26 

Bastress 3 19 

Brady 14 83 

Clinton 49 111 

Cogan House .... 10 45 

Cummings 1 24 

Cascade 1 39 

Duboistown bo.. 15 20 

Eldred 16 37 

Fairfield 26 24 

Franklin 19 61 

Gamble 9 15 

Hepburn 14 45 

Hughsvillebo... 32 89 

Jersey Shore bo. 85 43 

Jackson ]4 30 

Jordan 10 91 

Loyalsock 33 52 

Lewis 35 62 

Limestone 60 52 

Lycoming 13 39 

McXntyre 26 16 

McIIenry 6 18 

McNett ^ 4 10 

Mifflin 18 34 

Muncy. 54 41 

Muncy Creek.... 60 83 

Moreland 24 47 

Montoursville... 76 39 

Muncy bo 127 65 

Mill Creek 8 30 

Nippenose 25 25 

Old Lycoming... 17 10 

Pratt 22 17 

Pine 9 25 

Penn 19 62 

Plunkett's C'k... 24 19 

Porter 25 22 

Picture Eocks... 30 8 

Shrewsbury bo.. 6 37 

Susquehanna.... 29 29 

U.Fairfield 17 42 

Watson... 3 16 

Wolf 17 42 

Washington 36 65 

W^oodward 34 22 

Williamsp't,! w 74 97 

" 2w 73 65 

" 3 w 145 123 

" 4w 134 81 

" 5 w 136 93 

" 6 w 131 39 

" 7w 72 37 

" 8w 68 83 

Total 2039 2445 

Sutton, 550, 
Richardson, 152. 

McKEAN. 

Annin tp 54 75 

Bradford, Iw 86 94 

" 2w 89 45 

" 3 w 65 50 

** 4w 42 25 

" 5w 27 17 

Bradford, tp., Id 13 12 

" 2d 26 9 

Ceres tp 67 ,39 

Corydon tp 6 1 

Duke Centre bo... 39 24 

Eldred 147 62 



Butler. Barr 

Hamlin tp 10 ^ 

Hamilton tp 23 12 

Keatingtp 45 71 

Kendall bo 27 67 

Lafayette tp....... 14 15 

Liberty tp 39 128 

Norwich tp 21 22 

Ottotp 42 7 

Sergeant tp 18 20 

Smithportbo 66 49 

Wetmore 44 28 

Total 990 870 

Sutton, 103. 
llichardson, 2. 

MERCER. 

Bethel 7 6 

Clarksville 28 10 

Cool Spring 68 63 

Deer Creek 45 44 

Delaware 121 142 

E. Lackawan'k. 66 15 

Fairview 93 41 

Findley 106 47 

French Creek..,. 78 63 

Fredonia 44 23 

Greene 61 54 

Greenville, 1 w. 60 45 

" 2 w. 130 58 

" 3w. 74 43 

Hempfield 67 65 

Hickory, South. 46 89 

" North. 49 65 

Jackson 52 86 

Jamestown 88 66 

Jefferson 80 70 

Lackawannock . 108 62 

Lake 62 23 

Liberty 70 36 

Mercer, N 103 73 

S 100 66 

Mill Creek 78 30 

New Vernon 74 39 

New Lebanon,.. 28 2 

Otter Creek 23 39 

Perry 89 64 

Pine 168 89 

Pymatuning .... 162 112 

Salem 63 25 

Sandy Rock 66 43 

SheakleYVille.... 31 9 

Sharon, 'S 63 72 

E 66 92 

W 69 54 

Shenango 130 71 

Springfield 79 110 

Sugar Grove 33 62 

Stoneboro 64 49 

Sharpsville 67 60 

Sandy Lake bo.. 66 42 

" tp.. 81. 41 

W.Salem 68 78 

W. Middlesex... 82 63 

Wheatland 43 22 

Wilmington 72 1 

Wolf Creek 63 39 

Worth 87 42 

Total 3622 2061 

Sutton, 465. 
Richardson, 242. 

MIFFLIN. 

Armagh, Old.... 106 72 

'• New.. 61 42 



Butler. 


Barr. 


Bratton 


61 


71 


Brown 


67 


92 


Derry 


119 


137 


Decatur 


69 


39 


Granville 


62 


99 


Lewistown, E.w 


145 


145 


" W.w 


107 


162 


McVeytown 


61 


66 


Menno tp 


79 


85 


Newton Hamilt 


44 


32 


Olive tp 


75 


86 


Union tp 


91 


82 


Wayne tp. 


84 


86 


Total.. 


1221 


1276 


Sutton, 10. 






Richardson, 16. 




MONROE. 




Chestnut Hill... 


12 


95 


Coolbaugh. 


16 


79 


Hamilton 


39 


127 


M. Smithfield... 


2 


133 


Pocono 


21 


72 


Paradise 


24 


22 


Polk 


17 


111 


Price 


9 


13 


Eldred 


120 


Ross 


9 


32 


Smithfield 


32 


132 


Stroudsbnrg bo.. 


107 


114 


Stroud 


36 


73 


E. Stroudsb'g bo 


45 


66 


Tobyhanna 


6 


22 


Jackson 


12 


35 


Tunkhannock .. 




26 


Barrett 


12 


69 


Total 


399 


1371 


Sutton, 23. 






Richardson, 6 






MONTGOMERY 




Abington 


126 


124 


Bridgeport 


164 


101 


Consho'ken,lw.. 


69 


64 


" 2w.. 


151 


95 


East Greenville. 


23 


59 


Green Lane 


9 


33 


Hatboro 


69 


76 


Jenkintown 


63 


71 


Lansdale 


102 


45 


Norristown, Iw. 


246 


143 


2w. 


189 


178 


" 8w. 


233 


149 


« 4w. 


272 


124 


« 5w. 


211 


149 


North Wales 


69 


52 


Pottstown, E.w. 


134 


70 


M.w 


125 


208 


« W.w 


78 


124 


Royer'sFord 


41 


33 


W. Consho'ken.. 


86 


67 


Cheltenham 


183 


78 


Douglass, E.d ... 


43 


n7 


" W.d... 


13 


121 


Franconia 


271 


110 


Frederick 


82 


200 


Gwynedd, U.d... 


90 


81 


L.d... 


91 


68 


Hatfield 


163 


69 


Horsham 


140 


89 


Limerick 


96 


287 


L. Merion, U.d... 


91 


115 


L.d... 


68 


159 


" E.d... 


43 


100 



Butler. 


Barr. 


L. Providence... 175 


120 


L. Salford 219 


31 


Moorelend, U.d. 80 


49 


L.d. 73 


75 


Montgomery..., 49 


80 


Norriton 146 


156 


N.' Hanover 23 


297 


Perkiomen, E.d. 170 


49 


« W.d 103 


54 


Plymouth 70 


90 


Pottsgrove, U.d. 69 


176 


L.d. 73 


134 


Springfield 37 


91 


Towamencin 184 


37 


U. Dublin 102 


159 


U. Hanover 94 


374 


U. Merion, U.d . 110 


45 


L.d.. 65 


37 


U. Provid'ce,U.d 201 


175 


L.d 142 


72 


U. Salford, E.d... 25 


143 


W.d.. 64 


93 


Whitemarsh,E.d 99 


77 


" W.d 250 


66 


Whitpain 124 


149 


Worcester 193 


147 


Marlborough.... 27 


208 


Total 6777 


6830 



Sutton, 111. 
Richardson, 19. 

MONTOUR. 

Danville, 1 w 101 120 

'' 2 w 42 61 

«* 3 w 77 118 

'* 4w 40 74 

Washi'gt'nvillebo 7 31 

Anthony tp 33 120 

Cooper tp 15 47 

Derry tp 11 93 

Liberty tp 29 81 

Limestone tp 16 70 

May berry tp...... 20 15 

Mahoning tp 67 65 

Yalleytp 36 57 

West Hemlock... 13 45 

Total 497 9S7 

Sutton, 288. 
Richardson, 14. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

Allen tp 45 117 

Bangor bo 67 32 

Bath bo 49 84 

Bethleh'mbo,lw 83 62 

2w 135 138 

" 3w 69 133 

« tp,E.d 13 46 

« W.d 63 111 

Bushkill tp 61 114 

Chapman bo 19 23 

E. Allon tp 40 66 

Easton,lw 109 106 

" 2w 146 58 

" 3w... 63 86 

"■ 4w 97 72 

" 6w 126 106 

" 6w, N.d. 40 l<i2 

« S.d.. 74 104 

« 7w 87 106 

Forks tp 33 69 

Freemansb'g bo 29 61 

Clendonbo 23 52 

Hellertowu bo.. 35 67 




TLTTioTcr tp 14 

Lcliigh tp 74 



. Mt. Bethel tp 

L. Np.zarecli tp.. 27 
L. Caucon tp — 

Ilellertovvn d. 50 

Soidorsvillod. 22 

University d.. 9 

Moore tp 59 

Nazarctn bo (4 

P;ilmor tp 53 



field tp. 

Portland bo 

S. Bethlehem l^v 
2^v 
3\v 
S. Easton. Iw.... 
' 2w.... 
" 3w.... 

U. Mt. Bethel tp— 



JohnsoiiTilled 
Williamsb'g d 

U. ITazareth tp.. 

Was'unj^ton tp.. 

^VllIulm tp, L d. 
U.d. 



PERRY. 

GO Butler. 

149 Blain 38 

IGG Bloomlield 86 

79 Buffalo 70 

Carroll 132 

ISG Centre 134 

61 Duiicannon 180 

42 Greenwood 108 

101 Howe 29 

88 I Jackson 40 

98'Jiiniata G2 

93iLandisburft- 30 

70 I Liverpool bo 56 

80 " tp C6 

2U0; Madison 90 

56 -Marvsvillc 98 

100 I Miller 19 

106 I'Millerstov/n 84 

44 I New Buffalo 18 

I Newport . 110 

152 I Oliver G2 



IG) 
50 



T.-tal 2601 4224 

Sutton, 15. 
Richardson, 47. 

XORTIIUMBERLANI). 
M'jilwe'svi'le bo 6 25 
Miiton, N. w 143 



92 

Mt. Carmel 150 

Northnmb'rl'nd 176 

Riverside 13 

Shamokin, 1 w.. 139 

2 w.. 94 

" 3 w.. 102 

" 4 w.. 74 

Snydertown 16 

Sunbur}^ W. w. 1G2 
" E. w. 154 

Tnrbutville 35 

Watsontovv-n .... 121 

Cameron tp 12 

Chillisquaque... 79 
Coal, W.d 17 



Penn 247 

Rye 55 

Sandy Hill. 
Savillo 
Spring 
Tuscarora... 

Toboyne 

Tyrone 

Watts 

WheatfielJ. 



Barr. 
30 
67 

65 
87 
95 
29 
68 
34 
146 
95 
25 
92 
81 
77 
91 
27 
40 
18 
99 
78 
64 



Butler. Barr. 

Sylvania 9 9 

Ulvsses 36 24 

West Branch.... 8 18 
Wharton 3 18 

Total 739 370 

Sutton, 239. 

SCHUYLKILL. 

Ashland, M.v:.. 72 93 

E. w.. 69 

" W. w.. 61 

Auburn 36 

Barry 32 

Butler, N. d 2 




E. d.. 
" W. d 

" S. d 

" N.W. d.... 

Brunswick, E... 

W... 

Blyt'e,Silv'rCr'k 1 

" Comlola 3 

Branch 

Cass, N 



Total 

Sutton, G. 
Richardson, 153. 

PIKE. 
Blooming G rove 19 

Delawarr' 22 

Dingnian 10 

Greene 45 

Lackav.'a":ien .... 25 

Lehman 12 

Milfordbo 28 

4 

39 

1 

4 

31 



tp.. 



E. d 28 

Delaware 79 147 

Jordan 28 30 

Jackson 46 76 

Lewis 41 123 

Little Mahanoy. 12 37 

Lower " 163 66 

" Augusta.... 207 50 

Point tp 47 61 

Rush, N. d 5 51 

" S. d 58 82 

Mt.Ca'm'l tp,N.d. 16 33 

" S.d. 7 139 

Shamokintp.^V.d. 35 79 

E.d.ll3 112 

U. Augusta 89 1G2 

U. Mahanov 18 110 

Turbut, W. d.... 64 47 

" E. d.... 24 71 

Washington 11 IIG 

Zerbe 74 68 

Total 2593 3041 

Sutton, 214. 
Richardson, 73. 



Palmyra.. 

Porter 

Shohola... 
13SiWestfall.. 
11 

Total... 



8 2343 



27 
85 
51 
55 
88 
60 
117 
24 
28 
5 
34 
67 



Cressona, S. w., 
N. w. 

Eldred 

Fraiiey 

Foster 

Erackville 28 

Girardvillo .... 57 

Gilberton, E. w. 38 
« M. w. 3 
" W. w. 16 

Hesrins 55 

Hubley 21 

Kline 

Landingville... 

Mount Carbon 

Manheim, N... 
'* E. d 



..240 651 



POTTER. 

Abbott 4 

Allegheny 35 

Bingham 87 



Clara 7 

Coudersport 70 

Eulalia 24 

Genesee 18 

Harrison 86 

Hebron 41 

Hector 53 

Horner 20 

Keating 9 

Lewisville 47 

Oswayo 52 

Pike 13 

Portage 14 

Pleasant y alky. 7 

Roulette 38 

Sharon 36 

Sweden 9 

Stewardson 4 

Summit 9 



Mahanoy W\L.C. 
R.R. 
E. 
" City, 1 w 
" " 2w 
" « 3 w 
" " 4 w 



" 5w 22 

Minersvi'e, E.w. 103 

" W.w. 32 

Middloport 14 

New Castle 54 

Norwegian, 1 d- 2 

" 2 a. A 

" E. 6 

N. Philadelphia 2 

N.Ringgold 21 

Orwigsburg 53 

Pinegrove bo.... 109 
tp.... 87 

Palo Alto 27 

Port Carbon 113 

Port Clinton 19 

Porter 51 

Pottsville, M. w. 164 
« N. E. w. 179 
" N.W.w. 159 
" N.w. 30 

" 7w. 24 

S.w. 25i 
" S.E.w. 66 



52 
78 

17 
53 
25 
41 
27 
10 
8 
61 

144 
16 
12 
23 

46 
45 
29 
33 
38 
14 
17 
47 
94 
23 
20 
50 
94 
32 
44 
47 
26 
86 
47 
65 
35 
2G 
34 
48 
47 
37 
43 
36 
77 

100 
13 
5 
65 
71 
?.0 
16 
13 
63 
41 

100 
82 
53 
45 
20 

132 
68 
81 
49 
45 
85 
50 



Butler. 

Rahn 3 

Reilly 24 

Rush 18 

Ryan 11 

Sch'kl H., E. w. 126 

" N. w. 54 

" S. w. 67 

« W. w. 4 

Schuylkill tp.... 8 

St, Ciair, M. w.. 94 

«' N. w.. 35 

« S. w., 48 

Shen'ndo'h, 1 v/ 11 

" 2 w 32 

" 3 w 45 

« 4w 22 

" 5w 14 

Tamaqua, E. w. 30 

N. w. 33 

S.w. 47 

Tremont bo, E.w. 38 

W.w. 31 

tp 23 

Union 46 

" E 20 

" N 8 

U. Mahantongo 12 

Walker 30 

Washington 29 

Wayne, N 73 

'*' S 20 

West Penn 57 

Yorkville 6 



Barr. 
75 
40 
19 
20 
59 
43 
35 
38 
42 
62 
72 
30 
53 
36 
55 
10 
41 
80 
62 
29 
53 
45 
2 
84 
17 
49 
72 
14 

115 
69 
76 

134 
39 



Total .4036 4817 

Sutton, 2581. 
Richardson, 64. 

SNYDER. 

Adams tp 85 

Beaver tp.... 117 

" W. tp.... 127 

Centre tp Ill 

Chapman tp 20 

Franklin tp 143 

Jackson tp 78 

Middleburg bo.. ^'^ 
i Middle Creek tp 

'Monroe tp 

Penn tp 

; Perry tp 

" West tp... 



88 
122 
80 
„....,.... 57 
Sellnsgrove bo .. 95 

Union tp 72 

Washington tp.. 85 

Total 140ti 

Sutton, 40. 
Richardson, 98. 

SOMERSET. 

fiddisoa tp 93 

Allegheny tp.... 39 

Berlin by 36 

Brothers V'y tp 111 
Conemaugh tp.. 96 
Confluence bo... 40 

Elk Lick tp 51 

Greenville tp.... 28 

Jefferson tp 55 

Jenner tp .. 186 

Jennertown bo.. 12 

Larimer tp 21 

Middle Creek tp 57 
Meyersdale bo... 104 
Miifordtp 156 



26 
41 
32 
26 
, 83 
37 
52 
35 
59 
87 
41 
80 
50 
56 
38 
96 



125 
64 
89 
76 
19 
31 
61 
21 
40 
50 
9 
26 
16 
62 
27 



Butler. Barr. 

K. Ealtimoro bo 2 28 

N. Centre v'e )30. 18 9 

Northampton tp 18 39 

Paint tp 65 G 

Quomahon'g tp. 130 26 

Salisbury bo 38 39 

Shade tp 86 22 

Somerset bo 170 65 

« tp,lso.l 230 85 

« No.2 63 15 

Southampton tp 47 19 

Stony Creek tp.. 133 29 

Stoystown bo.... 30 31 

Summit tp 40 42 

Turkeyfoottp,L 45 34 

" U 70 21 

Ursinabo 34 25 

Wellersburg bo. 14 30 



Butler. Barr. 

Susq. Depot,E.w 43 124 

Vv.w 127 52 

Thomson tp 32 35 

bo 23 8 



Total 2308 1271 

Sutton, 8. 
llichardson, 6. 

SULLIYAN. 

Cherry tp 19 150 

** E. dist 22 39 

Colleytp 6 21 

Davidson tp 22 59 

Dushore bo 19 46 

Eil-Jandtp 82 19 

Forks tp 36 38 

Foxtp 20 23 

Hillsgrove 18 7 

Laporte 21 14 

" bo 15 12 

Shrewsbury tp.. 15 14 

Total 295 442 

Sutton, 75. 
Kichardson, 1, 

SUSQUEHANNA. 

Ararat 47 15 

Auburn 171 80 

Apolacon 18 50 

Bridgewater 1 50 159 

Brooklyn 103 65 

Clifford 115 37 

Choconut 6 61 

Dimock 73 46 

Dundaff 24 19 

Forest Lake 91 73 

Franklin 101 86 

Friendsvillo 8 26 

Gibson 149 28 

Great Bend tp... 97 49 

" bo... 79 80 

« Vil.. 40 29 

Harford 135 84 

Harmony 89 47 

Herrick 86 54 

Jackson 136 54 

Jcssup 76 48 

Lathrop 50 75 

Lenox 121 56 

liberty 74 66 

Little Meadov/s. 31 2 

Middletown 29 71 

Montrose 204 85 

N. Milford tp.... Ill 90 

" bo.... 73 56 

Oakland 67 17 

Kush 135 63 

Silver Lako 64 114 

Springville 160 42 



Total 3258 

Sutton, 306. 

Eichardson, 66. 
TIOGA. 

Bloss 1?1 

Blossburg 214 

Brookfield 97 

Charleston 214 

Chatham 118 

Clymcr 34 

Covington 90 

*' bo 45 

Deerfield 28 

Delman 241 

Duncan 52 

Elk 7 

Elkland'... 32 

Fall Brook 9 

Farmington 105 

Gaines 42 

Hamilton 150 

Jackson" 125 

Knoxville 58 

Lawrence 91 

Lawrenceville... 63 

Liberty 106 

Maincsburg 23 

Mansfield 141 

?diddleburg 118 

Morris 45 

Nelson 85 

Osceola 78 

rJchmond 145 

Roseville 15 

Rutland 100 

Shippen 41 

Sullivan 145 

Tioga 119 

" bo 90 

Union 107 

Ward 26 

Wellsboro 221 

Westfield 80 

" bo 38 

Total 3720 

Sutton, 1563. 

Kichardson, 103. 
UNION. 

Buffalo 201 

East Buffalo 140 

West " 123 

Gregg 73 

Hartieton 27 

Aartley 104 

Kelly 125 

Lewis 55 

Limestone 85 

Lewisburg, N.w 108 

« S.w 123 

« W.w 83 

Mifflinburg.E.w 53 

* W.w 74 

New Berlin 59 

Union 75 

White Deer 159 



2157 



42 
32 

7 

24 

7 

.112 

22 
10 

1400 



126 
58 
90 
79 
30 
81 
36 
50 
72 

103 
02 
33 
49 
41 
48 
59 

113 



Total 

Sutton, 40. 
Eichardson, 71. 



1727 1130 



VENANGO. 

Butler. 

Allegheny 34 

Canal 83 

Cherry Tree 36 

Coopcrstowu 32 

Cranberry 81 

Clinton..! 9G 

Clintonville 38 

Emlenton 110 

French Creek... 47 

Franklin, Iw.... 215 

" 2w.... 185 

" 3w.... 26 

Irwin .. 112 

Jackson 38 

Mineral 48 

Oakland £4 

Oil Creek, 1 dist 26 

2 dist 38 

Oil City, 1 dist.. 141 

2 dist.. 17Q 

" 3 dist.. 76 

Petroleum Cent. 28 

Plumer 27 

Pincgrove 32 

Pleasantvillo.... 75 

Plum 75 

President 42 

Eichland 84 

Eockland 103 

Eouseville 80 

Eynd 45 

Sandy Creek 62 

Sugar Creek, Id 48 
" 2d 24 

Scrubgrass 97 

Siverlyville 29 

Sunviile 14 

Utica 15 

Victory 17 

Total 2579 

Sutton, 440. 

Eichardson, 115. 
WAEEEN. 

Warren bo 197 

Younjrsville bo. 61 

Columbus bo 44 

Tidioutebo 121 

Broken Straw tp 63 
Conewango tp... 67 

Columbus 61 

Cory don tp 20 

Cherry Grove tp 18 

Deerfield 43 

Elk 40 

Eldred 60 

Freehold 159 

Farmington 109 

Glade 65 

Kinzua 28 

Limestone 22 

Mead 20 

Pinegrove 159 

Pittsfiold 100 

Pleasant 4 

Sugar Grove 2G0 

Spring Creek.... 94 

Sheffield 63 

South West 69 

Triumph 57 

Total 2044 

Sutton, 1285. 
Eichardson, 15. 



WASHINGTON. 

Barr. | Butkr. Barr. 

19 Allen 44 8£ 

6G Aniwell 186 

47|Beallsville 60 

20 Bentlcysville.... 48 

60 Buffalo 132 

79 California 130 

23 Canonsburg 94 

45 Canton 88 

84 Carroll.. 108 

73; Cecil 142 

163 Chartiers, 1 p.... 89 
20| " 2 p.... 139 
83|CIaysville 37 

46 Cross Creek 96 

60 Donegal 104 

108 E. Bethlehem... 199 

12E. Finley 99 

2i E.Pike Eun 105 

54 Fallowficld 84 



64 
103 
16 
30 
43 
31 
24 
17 
55 
49 
15 
27 
32 
87 
24 



Franklin 159 

Greenfield ....... 64 

Hanover 145 

Hopewell 183 

Independence... 110 

Jefferson 78 

Mon. City, 1 w.. 61 
" 2 w.. 66 
" 3 w.. 123 

Morris 81 

Mt. Pleasant 133 

N. Strabane 122 

Nottingham 38 

Peters 76 

Eobinson 85 



67 j Smith, 1 p 161 

15 " 2p 51 

1 Somerset 124 

11 S. Strabane 144 

26 Union Ill 

W. Alexander... 63 



152 
29 
33 
89 
62 
73 
29 
13 
3 
14 
4 
3 
18 
38 
19 
11 
45 
20 
60 
26 
24 
21 
33 
30 
16 
49 



206 

23 

16 

149 

48 

70 

47 

132 

67 

52 

106 

46 

137 

142 

178 

140 

61 

80 

94 

47 

227 

71 

78 

126 

44 

83 

72 

158 

121 

110 

134 

91 

131 

181 

35 

60 

160 

85 

20 



W.B'thleh'm,l p 129 144 

*' 2p 91 98 

W. Brownsvillo. 40 70 

W. Finley 178 100 

W. Pike Eun.... 151 30 

Washi'gt'n, 1 w 127 107 

" 2 w 105 98 

" 3 w 140 84 

" 4 w 101 85 

Total 5274 4735 

Sutton, 279. 

WAYNE. 

Berlin 66 52 

Bethany 13 28 

Buckingham.... 63 28 

Canaan 21 78 

Cherry Eidge... 32 70 

Clinton 82 77 

Damascus, 1 79 101 

" 2 94 59 

Dreher 74 30 

Dyberry 85 63 

Honesdalo 220 122 

Lake 79 84 

Lebanon 38 38 

Manchester 60 61 

Mt. Pleasant 56 169 

Oregon 34 27 

Palmyra 146 230 

Paupack 33 59 

Preston, 1 17 53 

" 2 05 10 



-i-' 



Butler. Barr. 

Prompton o5 25 

Salem 125 53 

Scott 34 43 

South Canaan... 74 84 

Starucca 10 52 

Sterling 83 31 

Texas, 1 10 58 

" 2 119 144 

« 3 10 28 

Waymart 67 21 

Total 1904 1993 

Sutton, 206. 
Ilichardsun, 153. 

WESTMORELAND. 

Adamsburg 129 122 

Allegheny 115 112 

Alters 74 98 

Bell 18 137 

Believernon 15 14 

Burrell, U 45 39 

" L 53 44 

Bolivar 25 17 

Bradenville 148 81 

Cook 113 71 

Coketon 69 64 

Concord 57 60 

Cross Roads 53 49 

Berry 69 123 

" Station... 115 66 

Donegal ho 13 25 

" tp 92 97 

Fairfield 147 64 

Eranklin 100 159 

Greenshurg 124 289 

Hempfield 180 388 

Huntingdon, E. 226 120 

Jacksonville .... 133 83 

Huntingdon, S.. 77 155 

Irwin 186 61 

Kuhns 55 96 

Larimer 72 64 



Bn 

Latrobe 

Ligonier bo 

I " tp 

Livermore 

Lndwick 

jLoyalhanna 

1 Lagrange 

I Logan 

Mt. Pleasant bo 
" N. 

" S. 

Madison 

N. Alexandria.. 

N. Stanton 

N. Florence 

Parnassus 

Penn bo 

' tp 

Pleisant Unity. 

Shaft:n 

Salein bo 

" tp 

Sewickle}'- 

St. Clair 

Scottdale 

Wayne 

Webster 

Washington 

W. Newton 

Youngstown .... 

Youghiogheny.. 



tier. Barr. 

128 134 
52 66 

266 136 
11 
61 
51 
63 



23 

43 

49 

46 

74 
121 67 

43 114 
139 157 



22 

33 

105 

51 



17 

27 
87 
33 
35 14 
35 46 

165 262 
77 160 
80 72 
70 144 
82 118 
86 35 
C6 57 

130 64 
64 63 
82 95 
93 133 

157 107 



101 

58 



Total 5099 6472 

Sutton, 812. 

WYOMING. 

Braintrim tp 57 35 

Clinton tp 86 32 

Eaton tp 79 38 

Exeter tp 11 14 

Forkstontp 58 49 

Falls tp 45 89 

Lemon tp 52 20 



Butler. Barr. 

Monroe tp.e 42 36 

Mehoopany tp... 117 58 

Meshoppen bo... 36 71 

" tp... 43 85 

Nicholson bo 47 41 

" tp 39 51 

NorthmorePd tp 59 64 

North Branch tp 21 41 '• 

Overfieldtp 17 45 

Tunkhannock bo 87 112 

" tp 53 96 

Washington 59 46 

Windham 64 48 

Total 1072 1071 

Sutton, 6. 
Richardson, 25. 

YORK. 

York bo, Iw 88 166 

" 2w 135 77 

" '6vf 134 73 

*' 4w Ill 159 

" 6w 140 117 

" 6w 147 243 

" 7w 99 141 

" 8w 18 152 

" 9w...... 133 79 

Total 1005 1207 

Carrol 97 124 

Chanceford 79 158 

Codorus 5 208 

Conewngo 57 48 

Dallastown bo... 14 63 

Dover 71 299 

Fawn 165 78 

Franklin 61 49 

Franklint'n bo.. 25 13 

Fairview 96 74 

Goldsboro 49 28 

Glen Rock 67 48 



Butler. Barr. 

Hanover, Iw 103 69 

" 2w 52 28 

" 3v.' 57 36 

" 4w 46 47 

Hellam 128 126 

Hopewell 175 189 

Heidelberg 79 119 

Jackson 9 121 

Jefferson 8 50 

Lev/isberry 42 23 

L. Windsor 115 35 

Logansville 33 22 

L. Chanceford... 191 148 

Manchester 200 107 

Manheim 6 170 

Manchester bo.. 46 31 

Monaghan 68 94 

Newberry 109 93 

New Salem 7 26 

N. Codorus 10 117 

N. Freedom bo.. 14 36 

Peach Bottom... 191 147 

Paradise 41 101 

Prospect bo 30 10 

Railroad bo 21 23 

Shrew^^ibury 78 176 

" N.w 15 41 

'* S.w. 18 41 

Spring Garden.. 93 220 

Springfield 95 101 

Stewartstown ... 23 32 

Warrington...... 126 67 

Washington 64 86 

W. Manchester, 79 143 

W. Manheim.... 19 94 

Winterstown bo 23 19 

Wrightsville 158 81 

Windsor.. 89 100 

Work... 27 186 

Total ......4450 5754 

Sutton, 5. 
Richardson, 3. 



Vote of Pennsylvania Since 1860. 



Douglass and Fusion. 
1860— President 195636 

Dem. 
1862— Aud.Gen. 219140 
1863— Governor 254171 
1864— President 263967 
1885— Aud.Gen. 215710 
1866— Governor 290096 
1867— Sp. Court 267746 
1868— Aud.Gen. 324739 
1868— President 313382 
1869— Governor 285956 
1871— Aud.Gen. 269509 
1872— Governor 317760 
1872— President 211841 
1873— Treasurer 219471 
1874— Lt.Gov... 277195 
1S75 — Governor 292145 
1876— President 366204 
1876— Congress. 369338 
1877— Sp.Judge 251000 
1877— Treasurer 251717 
1877— Aud.Gen. 251256 
1878— Governor 297137 
1878— Sp. Judge 287221 



Lincoln. 
26^030 

Rep. 
215616 
2(;9496 
269679 
238400 
307274 
266824 
331416 
342280 
290552 
283999 
353387 
349589 
244823 
272516 
804175 
384148 
379428 
244480 
241816 
242288 
319490 
311042 



Br 11. Maj. 

12776 69618/1; 

Temp. Gbk, 

3524 D 

15325 iiJ 

5712 J? 

22660/? 

17178 J? 

922 D 

9677 J£ 

28898 7^ 

4596 1? 

3175 11315/? 

1259 34368 i2 

1630 130118 R 

25352/? 

4049 4679 /> 

13244 12030 J? 

1318 7204 17944/? 

*5108 10090/? 

2899 51582 6520 X» 
2827 52854 9901 D 
2097 52988 8968 /> 
3759 81758 22353 /? 
-{-99316 23820 J? 



* In-^ludes Greenback and Independent vote, 
t Includes Prohibition vote ; the candidate was on both 
tickets. 



Dem. Rep. Terap. Gbk. Maj. 
1878— Secretary 301034 313193 3657 817;;3 12157/? 
1879— Treasurer 221715 280153 3219 27207 68438 B 



Internal Revenue Duties. 

Bankers' capital, ^^j of 1 per cent, per month. 
Bankers' circulation, ^^ of 1 ]3er cent, per month. 
Bankers' checks, 2 cents. 

Bankers' deposits, J^ ^'f 1 Per cent, per month. 
Cigars, foreign and domestic, $6 per 1000. 
Cigarettes, foreign or domestic, Sl-75 per 1000, 

weighing not over 3 pounds. 
Cigarettes, foreign or domestic, ^6 per 1000, weigh- 
ing over 3 pounds. 
Chewing and smoking tobacco, 24 cents per pound. 
Snuff, 32 cents per pound. 
Distilled spirits, 90 cents per gallon. 
Fermented liquors, $1 per barrel of 31 gallons. 
Matches, in boxes containing 100 or less, 1 cent. 
Matches, in boxes containing over 100 and less than 

200, 2 cents. 
Proprietary Articles — Less than 25 cents retail, 1 
cent. 
" " Over 25 and not over 50 cents 

retail, 2 cents. 
" " Over 50 and m>t over 75 cents 

retail, 3 cents. 
" " Over 75 and not over 100 

cents retail, 4 cents. 





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THE TOTE OF PE]SnsrSXl.TA]SriA. 














STATE TREAS., 


1879. 


GOVERNOR, 


1878. 


LIEUT 


. GOV., 


1878. 


STATE TREAS 


,1877 


PREST. 


, 1876. 








Butler, 


Barr, 


Sutton, 


Hoyt, 


Dill, 


Mason, 


Stone, 


Fertig, 


Steck, 


Hart, 


Noj-es, Wrifiht, 


Hayes, 


Tilden, 






COUNTIES. 


B. 


D. 


G. 


H, 


D. 


iV. 


E. 


i). 


N. 


i?. 


D. 


L.-G. 


E. 


D. 






Adams 


2375 


2578 


118 


2742 


3361 


139 


2757 


3341 


147 


• 2032 


2837 


76 


2921 


3439 






Allegheny 


17913 


11199 


1435 


20601 


13186 


7724 


20627 


13257 


7649 


13468 


10331 


7575 


28729 


19248 






Armstrong ... 


3752 


3097 


652 


3207 


2693 


1899 


3240 


2687 


1884 


1859 


1764 


204 


4613 


3821 








3367 

2073 


2105 
2095 


137. 
60 


3571 
3014 


2968 
3347 


436 

202 


3581 
3018 


2969 
3353 


438 
189 


2929 
2164 


2342 

2655 


267 
58 


3982 
3210 


2950 
35:)2 






Bedford : 






Berks 


4932 


8025 


260 


6506 


13480 


1755 


6512 


13440 


1786 


4455 


10579 


1123 


8019 


15612 






Blair 


3922 


3136 


274 


3700 


3390 


968 


3747 


3345 


958 


2903 


2779 


1248 


4752 


3933 






Bradford 


4588 


2140 


424 


6010 


3132 


1846 


0016 


3102 


1875 


4223 


2683 


678 


8008 


4980 






Bucks 


6626 


6243 




7601 


7552 


200 


7608 


7547 


199 


6442 


6020 


147 


7722 


8023 






Butler 


2466 


2109 


252 


3766 


3892 


2216 


3865 


3954 


2101 


2939 


3218 


277 


6643 


4830 






Cambria 


2514 


3117 


319 


2196 


3342 


1081 


2193 


3342 


1084 


1489 


2921 


820 


2989 


4257 






Cameron 


427 


352 


19 


408 


381 


219 


411 


374 




310 


588 


13 


672 


543 






Carbon 


1926 


2333 


180 


2150 


2260 


1041 


2126 


2273 


io47 


1198 


1611 


825 


2758 


3106 






Centre 


1776 


2710 


299 


2059 


3827 


1466 


2036 


3822 


1493 


1854 


3046 


421 


3206 


4065 






Chester 


6623 


3388 


72 


8178 


6466 


205 


8176 


5440 


215 


5852 


4231 


44 


9715 


6621 






Clarion 


1939 


3030 


247 


2265 


4032 


1482 


2281 


4022 


1485 


1388 


2347 


46 


3000 


4167 






Clearfield 


1372 


2494 


427 


1602 


3207 


1198 


1634 


3168 


377 


1157 


2589 


56 


2318 


4220 






Clinton 


1327 


1889 


61 


1814 


2G99 


347 


1781 


2710 




794 


2209 


404 


1809 


2974 






Columbia 


1160 


2441 


378 


1451 


3278 


1159 


1435 


3262 


ii78 


902 


2760 


300 


2069 


4394 






Crawford 


3606 


2011 


1840, 


6957 


3833 


3528 


5696 


4154 




6002 


5266 


486 


7345 


6537 






Cumberland- 


3813 


4407 


118 


3743 


4831 


556 


3743 


4841 


650 


2865 


3893 


191 


4151 


5062 






Dauphin 


5138 


3216 


300 


6591 


5320 


1468 


6650 


6254 


1489 


4848 


3923 


1036 


7493 


5474 






Delaware 


3162 


1687 


35 


4769 


3137 


364 


4817 


3074 


376 


3121 


1789 


613 


5484 


3250 






Elk 


396 


881 


149 


426 


1100 


378 


427 


1098 




447 


1098 


74 


534 


1330 






Erie 


6281 


3214 


738 


6044 


4237 


1635 


6019 


4244 


1663 


4883 


3677 


181 


8724 


6179 






Fayette 


2594 


2949 


345 


2654 


4211 


1937 


26r.l 


4211 


1949 


3163 


4053 


929 


43";% 


6594 






Forest 


270 
3256 


199 

2768 


290 
6 


318 
4734 


267 
4691 


277 
41 


319 
4751 


270 
4673 


274 
36 


316 

4042 


251 
3936 


**"2 


464 

4897 


386 
4620 






Franklin 






Fulton 


592 


829 




794 


1222 




799 


1217 




712 


1056 




821 


1190 






Greene 


1382 


2378 


54 


1006 


3229 


120 


1600 


3227 


120 


1350 


2812 


1 


1956 


3719 






Huntingdon .. 


2098 


1478 


284 


3073 


2736 


639 


3095 


2711 


647 


2371 


1995 


720 


3493 


2982 






Indiana 


2722 


808 


1708 


3486 


1557 


2155 


3504 


1525 


2173 


3125 


1328 


28 


4934 


2248 






Jefferson 


1821 


1576 


105 


1944 


2140 


814 


1954 


21.33 


33 


1195 


1450 


62 


2350 


2459 






Juniata 


1466 


1734 


184 


1473 


1851 


142 


1478 


1854 


135 


837 


1146 


69 


1550 


2013 






Lackawanna .. 


5364 


3613 


1619 


4898 


1974 


3588 


4581 


1887 


3554 
















Lancaster 


11705 


5303 


48 


15518 


8714 


251 


15514 


8717 


247 


12134 


7494 


86 


17425 


9638 






Lawrence 


2803 


1251 


188 


2876 


1605 


393 


2878 


1588 


390 


2491 


1663 


128 


3429 


1764 






Lebanon 


3655 


2167 


23 


3914 


2046 


382 


3922 


2637 


389 


2859 


1866 


21 


4552 


3028 






Lehigh 


3407 


3795 


6 


4975 


6705 


270 


4979 


6691 


281 


3708 


5881 


225 


5586 


7757 






Luzerne 


7042 


5735 


3538 


7322 


4414 


6086 


0949 


4327 


6205 


6599 


4469 14538 


14919 


18396 






Lycoming 


2039 


2445 


550 


3207 


4909 


2062 


3172 


4727 


2270 


2263 


4273 


1551 


4110 


6423 , 






McKean 


990 


870 


103 


1504 


1282 


742 


1500 


1347 


680 


814 


811 


1 


1427 


1320 






Mercer 


3622 


2661 


465 


4436 


3708 


1850 


4439 


3603 


2127 


3383 


3160 


272 


5508 


4587 






Mifflin 


1221 


1276 


10 


1744 


1756 


59 


1750 


1759 


47 


1323 


1520 


61 


1716 


1892 






Monroe .... 


399 


1371 


23 


602 


2829 


430 


587 


2727 


389 


498 


2349 


26 


776 


3280 






Montgomery .. 


6777 


6830 


111 


9006 


9164 


381 


8998 


9167 


378 


7369 


77G0 


611 


9386 


9654 






Montour 


497 


987 


288 


772 


1378 


483 


771 


1375 


490 


5(10 


1237 


344 


1136 


1728 






Northampton. 


2601 


4224 


15 


4035 


7504 


1079 


4oor 


7499 


1082 


3101 


■ 6243 


1600 


5311 


9271 






Northumber'd 


2593 


3041 


214 


3281 


4584 


1489 


3320 


4432 


1493 


2164 


3547 


700 


4268 


5064 






Perry 


2428 


2348 




2697 


2711 


97 


2712 


2696 


98 


2174 


2391 


203 


2684 


2789 






Philadelphia.. 


74176 


44335 


299 


70099 


53755 


3211 


69979 


53438 


3293 


56837 


61317 


6095 


77088 


62138 






Pike 


240 


651 




497 


1135 


56 


497 


1118 


57 


332 


925 




443 


1387 






Potter 


739 
4036 


370 
4817 


239 

2581 


1326 

5994 


694 
7657 


669 
6508 


1325 

5904 


678 
7664 


682 
6576 


1133 

5250 


890 
6731 


360 
4024 


1621 

8677 


1280 
10457 






Schuylkill 






Snyder 


1406 


839 


40 


1814 


1494 


154 


1846 


1465 


153 


1340 


1059 


61 


1922 


1539 






Somerset 


2308 


1271 




3134 


2140 


398 


3133 


2135 


396 


2438 


1556 


56 


3784 


2336 






Sullivan 


295 
3258 


442 

2157 


75 
306 


436 
3832 


602 
2246 


379 
1825 


433 

3838 


603 

2237 


382 
1866 


372 
2511 


546 
1894 


363 

822 


602 
4823 


879 
3885 






Susquehanna.. 






Tioga 


3720 


1400 


1563 


4253 


2128 


1681 


4255 


2026 


1770 


3113 


1670 


816 


6892 


2729 






Union 


1727 


1130 


40 


1836 


1656 


172 


2029 


1448 


187 


1187 


972 


59 


2154 


1489 






Venango 


2579 


1780 


440 


3482 


3035 


1229 


3422 


3154 


1123 


2355 


2316 


509 


3840 


3471 






Warren 


2044 

6274 


935 
4735 


1285 
279 


2175 
5263 


1026 
4994 


1822 
822 


2346 

5273 


948 
4999 


1745 . 


1753 
4211 


1490 

3977 


320 
310 


3151 

5806 


2365 
5323 






Washington... 






Wayne 


1904 


1993 


206 


1937 


1625 


1384 


1936 


1595 




2046 


2638 


135 


2760 


3680 






Westmorela'd. 


6099 


5472 


812 


4795 


5968 


1642 


4814 


6957 


ieie 


3649 


5121 


792 


6217 


7466 






Wyoming 


1072 


1071 


6 


1417 


1600 


474 


1366 


1587 


455 


1331 


1666 


53 


1679 


2026 






York 

Total 


4458 


6754 


5 


5960 


9644 


79 


5986 


9628 


81 


3943 


7102 


•48 


6827 


10403 






28015:i 221715 27207 319490 297137 


81758 319008 295753 ' 


■4082 241816 251717 52854 384148 £ 


66204 






Pluralities... 58438 . 
Aggregate vote in 






22353 23255. 

ig 3,219 for Bichardson, P. 








9901. 
) vote 


17914 

in 1878, including 






1879, includi 


, 632,379 ; aggregate 






3.759 for Prohibition candidate, 70 


2,144 ; 


aggregate vote in 1877, including 2,997 for Prohibition candidate, | 






640,214 ; aggregate vote in 1876, 758.874. 
























































\ 




TOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

Phila. Bing-McCand-Steven- 

Ward. ham, R. less, D. son,iV. 

1 3305 1527 1233 

2 1898 1245 1658 

7 3027 1171 280 

26 2793 1097 671 

30 2728 1282 381 

Total 13751 6324 4223 

Bingham's majority, 3204. 

Phila. SECOND DISTRICT. 

Ward. O'Neill.Gibson.Keyser 

8 1924 1090 4 

9 1312 958 

10 ,. 2494 968 

13 1873 1194 

14 1979 1336 

17 530 1367 

20 3951 2264 

Total 14063 9177 402 

O'Neill's majority, 4484. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Phila. Shedden,Ptandall 

Ward. B. & N. D. 

3 5 1033 1802 

4 1164 2(i73 

5 1577 1364 

6 877 1062 

11 786 1410 

12 1106 1397 

16 1317 1609 

Total 7970 10717 

Randall's majority, 2747. 

Phila, FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Ward. Kelley.Banes 



15 . 
21 . 
24 . 

27 . 

28 . 

29 . 



4161 
2U35 
, 3561 
2162 
2826 
3041 



3135 
1054 
2677 
862 
1592 
2377 



Total 17786 11697 

Kelley's majority, 6089. 

riFTH DISTRICT, 

Phila. Harmer,Dallam.Steph- 
Ward. B. I). enSjiV. 

17 (part of) 534 502 46 

18 3071 1728 262 

19 3010 2436 470 

22 2854 1383 30 

23 2562 1465 96 

25 2333 2645 279 

31 2420 1583 350 

Total 16784 11742 1539 

Harmer's majority, 3503. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Ward.Cnster.Hibbard 

Chester 8195 5402 211 

Delaware 4846 2883 498 

Total 13041 8285 709 

Ward's majority, 4047. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Godshalk.James.Acker 

3Iontgomery 8945 9253 384 

Bucks (part of) 6147 4501 185 

Total 15092 13754 569 

Godshalk's majority, 709. 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Maltzberger,Clymer,Yoder 
R. I). N. 

Berks 6428 12419 2330 

Clymer's majority. 3661. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

Smitli.Wilson.Clair 

Lancaster 15486 8605 372 

Smith's majorit3% 6509. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 

Whit- Bach- Long- 
taker, man. aker, 

Lehigh 906 6619 4358 

Northampton.,. 3278 7104 1933 
Bucks (part of) 245 2895 1038 

Total 4429 16678 7329 

Bachman's majority, 4920. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

AlbrightjKlotz Brock-Orvis 

B. J). way./.I>. G. 

I Columbia... 1523 1083 1930 1277 

Montour..,. 784 940 433 478 

! Carbon 2319 2051 131 898 

\ Monroe 655 2230 237 445 

Pike 463 596 556 89 

i Li7z'o(ptof)1924 1293 618 1267 

L'kaw'a, '^ 448 18 474 739 

Total 8116 8211 4379 5193 

Klotz's plurality, 95, 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

Eoberts,Wri2:ht 
B. JJ.&G. 

Luzerne (part of ) 5043 7385 

Lackawanna (part of) 4081 4432 

Total 9124 11817 

Eic'.imond, Prohibition, 172. 
Flanagan, Independent, 27. 
Wright's majority, 2494. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT, 

Fisher,Ryon,Brumm 
B. D. N. 

Schuylkill 5698 7320 7128 

Ryon's plurality, 192. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Kil-Withing-Ear- 
linger. ton. ley. 

Dauphin 6483 5079 1844 

Northumberla'd 3303 4489 1512 
Lebanon 3813 2465 600 

Total 13059 12033 3962 

Killinger's plurality, 1626. 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Over- Dim- De 
ton, mick. Witt 

Bradford 6074 

Susquehanna 3829 

Wayne 1927 

Wyoming 1315 

Total 13145 3783 9321 

Overton's majority, 41. 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Mitch oll.Smith.Davis 

Tioga 4328 744 3109 

Potter 1350 11 1157 

IMcKean 1515 1252 774 

Cameron 433 352 337 




MitchelI,Smith,Davis 
B. B. N. 

Lycoming 3083 2893 4273 

Sullivan 424 597 413 

Total 11133 5849 10063 

Mitchell's plurality. 1070. 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Camp- Coff- Ad- 
bell, roth, ams 

Cambria 2415 3246 1003 

Bedford 3048 3303 186 

Blair 3767 3389 925 

Somerset 2935 2534 161 

Total 12165 12472 2275 

Cofiroth's plurality, 307. 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Fisher.Stenger.Dougherty 

Fulton 799 1230 

Franklin 4632 4806 2 

Huntingdon,,... 3378 2663 432 

Ji-.niata 1483 1855 99 

Perry 2736 2633 85 

Snyder 1850 1484 136 

Total 14878 14671 754 

Fisher's plurality, 207, 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 

Coch- Beltz-Slay- 
ranc. hoover, ton. 

York 6088 9489 86 

Adams 3737 3350 154 

Cumberland 3497 4980 581 

Total ....12322 17819 821 

Beltzhoover's majority, 4676. 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 

Curtin, Yocum 



Centre ... 

Clearfield 

Clinton 

Elk 

Mifflin 1782 

Union 1455 



D, 

3535 
3034 
2565 
1010 



Total 13381 13454 

Yocum's majority, 73. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

Bailey, Wise,McFar- 

B. D. land.iV. 

Westmoreland.., 4835 5731 1712 

Fayette 2893 4005 1965 

Greene 1602 3144 142 

Total 9330 12880 3819 

Wise's plurality, 3550. 

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 

Errett. Duff, Kirk 
Allegheny, 

(part of) 9099 7260 744'Z 

O'Neill, Prohibition, 118, 
Errett's plurality, 1652. 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 

McKen-Wat- 
Allegheny, Bayne, na, son. 

(part of) 9104 5621 2781 

Grier, Prohibition, 277. 
Bayne's majority, 702. 



* Yocum, in the 20th district, was sup- 
ported by both R' publicans aiid Nationals 



TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Shall en-Clen-Emer- 

berger, denin, son, 

B. D. N. 

Washington 5290 4915 926 

Beaver 3501 2999 624 

Lawrence 2470 2111 451 

Total 11261 10025 1901 

SHallenberger's plurality, 1236. 

TWENTY-FirTH DISTRICT. 

Mos- 

White. Guffey. grove 

Clarion 1994 3626 2150 



Mos- 
White, Guffey, Grove 
B. D. N. 

Armstrong 3056 1861 2965 

Indiana 3512 1341 23G4 

Forest 317 262 290 

Jefferson 1865 1941 1105 

Total 10744 9031 8874 

^Vhite's plurality, 1713. 

TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Dick.Bard.riummer 

Butler 3552 3425 3097 

Mercer 4267 2390 3421 



Dick,Bard.Pluminer 
li. D. N. 
Cra\Vford 6191 743 6195 

Total 14010 6558 12713 

Liitjhaw, Prohibition, 357. 
Dick's plurality, 1297. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Osmer, Allen. Camp 

Erie 5596 4796 1634 

Warren 2200 821 2047 

Venango 3409 2934 144G 

Total 11205 8551 5127 

Axtell, Prohibition, 301. 
Osmer's plurality, 2054. 



VOTE FOR STATE SEISTATORS. 

In the following table, the vote in the odd-numbered districts is that cast for Senator in 1876, except 
the 27th. whore an election was held in 1878 to fill a vacancy; in the even-numbered districts, the vote 
is that cast for Senator in 1878. Senators will be chosen this year in all the odd-numbered districts. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

Phila. Smith,Selheiiner 

Wards. B. D. 

1 3474 2824 

2 2094 3177 

26 2072 1776 

30.. 2912 1838 

Total 11152 S630 

Smith's majority, 1522. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Phila. Cochran, Doyle 



Wards. 
3 


D. 
1734 


iV. 
1150 


4 


2035 


1198 


5 


1304 


1594 


6 


1095 


833 


11 ......... 


1418 


767 


Total 


7586 


5542 



Cochran's mnjority, 2044. 

• THIRD DISTRICT. 

Phila. Lamon,Marshall 

Wards. B. D. 

16 1568 1721 

17 1268 2403 

18 3301 2137 

20 4103 3212 

Total 10240 9473 

Lamon's majority, 767. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Phila. Jone8,Cusack,Ferguson 

Wards. B. D. N. 

21 1755 1056 242 

22 2759 1497 26 

24 3423 2558 248 

27 2194 829 16 

Total 10131 5940 532 

Jones' majority, 3659. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Phila. Reyburn,Veale 

Wards. B. D. 

15 4993 3341 

28 2636 1755 

29 3329 2229 



Total 10958 

lley burn's majority, 3653. 



7305 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Phila. Elliott,Bichards,rugett 
Wards. B. D. N. 

7 3018 1442 12 

8 1907 1095 4 

9 1291 960 14 

Total 6216 3506 30 

Elliott's majority, 2680. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Phila. Grady, McClea- John- 

Wards. B. ry,jD. ston,J. 

10 2715 1295 

12 1385 1426 

13 1891 1476 10 

14 2282 1687 11 

Total 8273 5884 21 

Grady's majority, 2389. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Phila. Newell,Painter,French 

Wards. B. D. N. 

19 3021 2435 449 

23 2548 1470 88 

25 2307 2697 198 

31 2512 1585 268 

Total 10388 8187 1003 

Newell's majority, 1198. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 

Cooper,Henkson 
B. D. 

Delaware 5017 3501 

Cooper's majority, 1516. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 

Thorn- Purs- Tom- 
as, sell, liuf^on 
B. D. N. 

Bucks 7825 7374 162 

Thomas' majority, 289. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Hitner,Ermentrout,Reifif 
B. D. I. 

Berks 7561 15727 144 

Ermentrout's majority, 8166. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

Royer, Smith, Davis 
B. D. N. 

Montgomeiy... 9165 9052 341 
lloyer's plurality, 113. 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Mylin,Montgom- 
B. ery.D. 
Lancaster (part of)... 8400 5140 
Mylin's majority, 3260. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Kauffman, Grier, Case 
Lancaster, B. L. N. 

(part of)... 7606. 4045 103 
Kanffman's majority, 3458. 
Sallada, Prohibition, 46. 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Herr, Heck, Erb 

B. D. G. 

Dauphin 7055 5699 508 

Herr's majority, 1356. 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Adams, Holben, Fry 
B. D. N. 

Lehigh 4889 6537 423 

Holben's majority, 1225. 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Meily,Thorne 
B. D. 

Lebanon 4649 2891 

Meily's majority, 1758. 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Beidle- Lei- 
Horner, man, b<'rt 
B. D. N. 
Northampton... 3041 6129 3175 
Beidleman's plurality, 2954. 
Kinney, Labor, 12. 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 

Everhart,Sharp 
B. I). 

Chester 9705 6598 

Everhart's majority, 3107. 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 

Sea- Beam- Hick- 
mans,/?. isli,i). e.y,A^. 
Luz'neCpartof) 4452 1550 4309 
Seamans' plurality, 143. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

Wad- Shortz,Walk- 
liam, B. D. er, P. 
Luz'neTpartof j 9936 9849 75 
Wadham's majority, 87. 



— ap-*- 



42 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 

Craig, Nice 

1). E.-G. 

Carbon 3026 107-1 

Monroe 2442 4G6 

Pike 870 826 

Total 6338 23G6 

Craig's majority, 3972. 

TWENTY-THIKD DISTRICT. 

Davies, Eock- 
R. well.I>. 

Bradford 7G13 5389 

Wyoming 1G60 2009 

Total 9273 7348 

Davies' majority, 1925. 

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Beay- Jack- Her- 

er, son, die, 

E. D. N. 

Columbia 1271 3240 1153 

Lycominc: 3238 4835 2024 

Montour T. 885 1241 490 

Sullivan..... 37G 720 333 

Total 5770 10056 4000 

Jackson's niniority, 154. 
Smith, Ind.-N., 132. 

TWENTY-FfFTH DISTRICT. 

Sey- Gran- 
• mour.Tg. gcr.D. 

Tioira 5383 2781 

Potter IGOl 1327 

McKean. 1413 1331 

Total 8897 5439 

Seymour's majority, 3458. 

T"^ ENTY-SIXTII DISTRICT. 

Appley, Nelson 
E. DJ-N. 

Susquehanna 3909 3903 

Wayne 2331 2897 

Total 6240 6S00 

Nelson's majority, 5G0. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Wool- Foil- 
Smith, verton, mor 
E. D. K 

Union 20G8 1522 86 

Snyder 2034 1304 120 

N'thumberland. 2841 5256 1284 

Total 6943 8082 1490 

Woolverton^'s plurality, 1139. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

McConkey,Ross,Hursh 
i?. D. N. 

York 6027 9472 84 

Ross' majority, 3361. 

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT. 

Keifer,Colihan 
E. I). 

SchuylkilUpartof). 4733 4323 
Keifer's majority, 410. 

THIRTIETH DISTRICT. 

Torbert,Parker 
jD. N. 

SchuylkilUpartof) 5311 5673 
Parker's majority, 362. 



THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

Bals- Craw- 
bach.T?. ford.jD. 

Perry 2695 2793 

Mim'in 1773 1839 

Juniata 1526 2013 

Total 5994 6645 

Crawford's majority, 651. 

THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 

Here-Good- 

Hoffer, ter, year 

E. D. N. 

Cumberland 3753 4802 576 

Adams 2602 3474 147 

Total 6355 8276 723 

Hereter's majority, 1198. 

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT. ^ 

Fishcr,Creswell 
E. I). 

Franklin 4894 4047 

Huntingdon 3459 3041 

Total 8353 7688 

Fisher's majority, 6C5. 

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Alexander, Cakhvell 
2). N.&E. 

Centre 4190 3003 

Clearfield 3120 2878 

Clinton 2497 2322 

Total 9807 8203 

Alexander's majority, 1604. 

THIRTY-FirTir DISTRICT. 

Lemon,Conrad,Evans 
E. D. P. 

Blair 5291 3228 

Cambria 3098 4119 97 

Total 8389 7447 97 

Lemon's majority, 942. 

THIRTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, 

Yutzy, Grof, Scat- 

E. 1). tering 

Fulton 788 1235 1 

Bedford 3037 3493 9 

Somerset 2927 2646 

Total 6752 7474 10 

Grof 's majority, 722. 

THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

St. Sloan,Ea- Blood 

Clair,i2. D. mcy. I.E. T. 

Indiana.... 3573 2JC9 1094 85 

Jefferson... 2121 2438 174 121 

Total 5694 4807 1268 206 

St. Clair's phirality, 887. 

THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, 

Grant,Hall,Taylor 
E. D. N. 

Cameron 404 402 210 

Clarion 25G8 3610 1629 

Elk 445 1111 389 

Forest 317 269 278 

Total 3734 5392 2506 

Hall's plurality, 1658. 

THIRTY-NINTH DISTRICT. 

Grenwaik,Clarke 
E. D. 

Westmoreland 6561 7335 

Clarke's majority, 774. 



FORTIETH DISTRICT. 

Leagar- Sch- MrKa- 
den, natterly,han 
E. D. N. 

Fayette 2732 4020 2005 

Greene 1670 3058 229 

Total 4402 7078 2234 

Schnatterly's majority, 442. 

FORTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 

Greer, Goldon 
E. D. 

Butler 5448 4821 

Armstrong' 4590 3897 

Total 10038 8718 

Greer's majority, 1320. 

FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 

McNcill,Smith,Starr 
E. D.d-K P, 
Allegh'y(part of ) 4699 4444 151 
McNeill's mojority, 104. 

FORTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 

Gazzam, Irwin 
E. I). 

Allegheny (part of) 5962 5086 
Gazzam's majority, 876. 

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 

New-Paul-Bing- 

meyer, son, ham 

E. B d-N. P. 

Allegh'yrpart of ) 6068 6303 163 

Paulson's majority, 72. 

FORTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Gil- Patter- Gal- 

fillan, son, braith 

E. D, T. 

Allegh'yfpart of ) 6332 5332 128 

GilfiUan's majority, 872. 

FORTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Lawrence,Dunlap,Boyle 
71*. D. 'N. 

Beaver 3228 3424 354 

Washington.... 6337 4988 756 

Total 8565 8412 1110 

Lawrence's plurality, 153. 

FORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Wri ght, Wh i te, White 
M. D. P. 

Lawrence 3235 2021 99 

Mercer 5287 4849 150 

Total 8522 6860 249 

Wright's majority, 1413. 

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

McAl- Kin- 
Lee, lister, near 
E. D. N. 

Warren 2175 223 2617 

Venango 3694 2840 1222 

Total 5869 3063 3839 

Lee's plurality, 2030, 

FORTY-NINTH DISTRICT. 

Butterfield.Walker 
E. D. 

Erie 8692 6193 

Butterfield's majority, 2499. 

FIFTIETH DISTRICT. 

Eoberts,Grier .Wheeler 
R. D. N. 

Cra\vford 6114 4049 3142 

Roberts' plurality, 2065. 



TOTE FOB REPRESEXTATITES, 18T8. 



The names of those elected are in Italic. 



-i 



ADAMS. 

R. G. McCreary, i?....2957 

W. Boss White, D 3230 

Emanuel J. Smith, D. 3184 

J. Burkholder, N 270 

George Mertz, N. 194 

ALLEGHENY. 

1 James D. Walker, B. 3930 

K H. Voegtly, R 459G 

Henry M. Long, B. 4017 

W. S. Reno, D 2282 

Morrison FosterD. 2712 

■ Sam'l R.Ste\vart,I>. 3045 
J.T.Shallenl)'ger,i\^. 944 
William C. Rea, N. 1150 
Chas. F. Sheriff, N. 1037 

G.L. Rose,P 214 

G. W. Bradley, P... 101 

J. Gallagher, P 172 

0. L. Miller, P 120 

2 William Flinn, P...1932 
Bobert 8. Frazer, B. 1805 
John B. Larkin, D. 1583 

James Irvin, D 1278 

Jos. Ilartman, iV.... 410 
James W. Craig, K 693 
Jos. P. Leonard, P. 16 
Wm.M.Gormley,P. 24 
J. n. Loh, Ind 89 

3 Alb't Zacharias, B. 860 

John O'Neill, D 1033 

J. R. McCormick,JV. 370 
J. N. Johnson, P.... 6 

4 M. B. Edwards, B...52U 
SamH R,Baldwm,B. 5575 
J.M.SchaeffGr,P...3822 
Fred. K. Gearing,B. 5009 
Jas. G. Weldon, D. 3681 
James M. Taylor. D. 3959 
John W. Carle, D...3767 

Joseph Hays, D 3852 

Chris. Strahley, N. 2719 
Philip Weaver, ^"...2969 
Wm. J.Brennan.JV. 3327 
G. William Clay,iV. 2620 
James R. Bly, P..... 73 

J.C. Hunt, P 65 

Wm. Jackson, P.... 82 
R. B. Hopkins, P... 207 

5 Wm..H.McGil\,B..AQ>Vo 
A. B. Campbell, B..Ad29 
W^m. Dickson, !>.... 2945 
Nathaniel Finch.i).2S41 
John L. Jones, JVr...2173 
Wm.F.Bateman,iY. 2182 
George Irwin, P.... 213 
Joel Vankirk, P.... 190 

6 A. H. Walker, B 1984 

William Hill, B 1906 

T. F.McCabe,I> 1472 

Herman Handel, D.1422 
And. Patterson, N. 1548 
Thos. Hughes, i\r...l501 

ARr.ISTRONG. 

Wm. G. Hciner, P.. ..2741 
W. F. Bmnberger, B...2S39 

E.D. Graff, D 3144 

S. S. BIyholder, D 2715 

D. H. La\vsou,JV^. 1853 

Robert Anderson, N. 2059 

Br.AVER. 

John Caugheii, B 3205 

G. L. Hberhart, P 3144 



Thomas Bradford, D. 3438 
Tobias Hitcliie, P.....3115 
Andrew G. White, N. 535 
L. G. Townsend. JV".... 398 

BEDFORD. 

J.W. Lingenfelter,P. 2984 
Abraham H. Hull, B. 2999 

D. B. Anderson, B 3272 

Joseph E. Nohle, P.. ..3372 
William B. Barr, N... 225 

BERKS. 

1 Jere. H. Boone, P...2875 
R. McMichael,P...2836 
G. S. McFarland,B. 2886 
C. W. Geissler, P...2847 
Jacob Shaaber, A^...1308 

S. C. Miller, N. 1367 

M McCullough PP. 151 

A. M. Dambly, PP. 70 

2 John B. Harting,P.3617 
M. E.Weidner,P...3622 
Samuel K.Mohn,P. 3582 
Thos. J. Oberly, P. 3530 

B. J. Smith, D 10174 

JohnH.Beigel,DA009l 
G. D. Schaefer, D. 10137 
James Liggett, P... 10157 
John H. Clauser, iV: 582 
E.M.Bro'nminer,iV. 620 
Joel Dreibelbis,A^... 659 
Hiram Ludwig,J\r... 698 

BLAIR, 

M.Edgar King, P. ...3550 

Benj. L. Hewitt, B 3617 

David A. Gilland, P...3608 
Wm. M. Eicholtz, P. 3241 

Max K. Moore, N. 1092 

Walter E. Bell, N. 978 

BRADFORD. 

5'. D. Harhiess, R 5730 

H.J. Madill, B 6052 

Asa Nicholls, B 5888 

L. G. Van Horn, P.. ..3154 

Elmer Horton, P 3044 

L. R. Gleason, G 2307 

Wm. Chamberlain, 6=. 2191 
H. F. Johnson, 6? 4781 

BUCKS. 

John 77. Burton, B 7672 

John Clemens, B 7551 

James Roberts, B 7046 

W. B. Worthington, B. 7745 
Henry C. Moore, D. ...7655 
H. Scarborough, P.. ..7263 
Symington Phillips, D. 7692 
Amos II. Snyder, P. ..7481 

David Mondau, N. 166 

Ed. K. Smith, A^. 167 

Amos Stone, A^. 174 

Fred. Nevegold, N.... 181 

BUTLER. 

Wm. P. Braham, P...3584 

Thomas Hayes, P 3646 

Geo. H. Go-aham.,D.... 4111 

Jas. Humplirey,!) 3861 

Samuel Shafifner, A^...2£81 
W. A. Clark, A-. 1873 

CAMBRIA. 

Alex. Kennedy, P.. ..2197 

D. M. Kratzer, B 1801 

L. P. Woodruff, D 3228 

John FenVm, P...' 3136 

John W. Seigh, iV.....1718 



David Tobin, JV. 1080 

CAMERON. 

John Brooks, B... 427 

John B. Newton, P... 374 
C. F. Barclay, A^. 210 

CARBON. 

Wm. M. Rapsher, B. 1996 

E. Mell Boyle, B 1983 

J. G. Zern, D 2459 

Michael Cassidy, D 2343 

E. R. Enbody, A". 935 

E. J. McDonough, A^. 972 

CENTRE. 

H. C. Simler,P 1940 

J. P. Gephart, D. 3636 

W.A. Murray, D 3756 

C. L. Gramley, A^. 3274 

T. S. Lingle, A". 1710 

CHESTER. 

Samuel Butler, B 8157 

Wm. T. Fulton, B 8098 

Jesse Matlack, B 8027 

John A. Beynolds, P. ..8036 
John Cavanaugh, P. 5485 

John A Parke, P 5544 

John Phillips, P 5430 

Samuel Fetters, P 5577 

Ner Evans, P. 544 

Samuel L. Tennis, P. 650 
Aaron Mendenhall,P. 564 
Sam'l H.Broomhall,P. 646 

Joseph Doan, A". 256 

Hugh E. Steele, A..... 1 
J. B. Broomhall, A... 117 

CLARION. 

W. C. McCormick, P. 2255 

John W. Kahle, D 3936 

Jacob Truly, D 3956 

J. C. Conger, A 1566 

R. C. Coulter, a: 2156 

CLEARFIELD. 

John p. Bard, B 1576 

A. D. Bennett, P 2952 

A. R. Reed, A. 1392 

CLINTON. 

George J. Eldred, P...2388 
A. J. Quigley, Ind 2362 

COLUMBIA. 

A. S. Phillips, P 1356 

H. Abbott, P 1467 

T. J. Vanderslice, P. ..3258 

Joseph Knittle, D 3081 

A. P. Young, A^. 1472 

J. R. Jamison, A" 1111 

CRA-VVFORD. 

David Emery, B 0214 

H. D. Lowing, B 5751 

Paid Blackmer, B 6715 

D. V. Derrickson, P.. .5618 
Grant T. Coolman, P. 4025 

S. T. Logan, P 3756 

L. K. Stem, P 605 

J. H. Caldwell, P 4540 

A. B. Finson, A". 3310 

N. T. Atwood, N. 3220 

R. P. Miller, N. 3301 

L. W. Thickstim,N.... 6135 

CUMBERLAND. 

D. S. Hunter, P 3458 

Asbury Deri and, P...3S91 
Alfred M. Bhoads, D. 4564 
Bobert McCachran, P. 4803 
George Oyster, A"...... 604 



George H. Russell, N. 601 

DAUPHIN. 

1 aias. L. Bailey, B... 2724- 
J. F. Haehnlen, P. 2342 
C. Wilson, A. 521 

2 Joseph H. Landis,B. 3799 
Beiij. Bordner, B. ...3658 
James Miller, P.... 3054 
Jno.H.Eppler,P.G^. 3385 
H.T. Hall, A. 1164 

DELAWARE. 

Nathan Garrett, B 4654 

Y. S. Waller, B 4207 

Thos. J. Osborne, P. ..2913 
Wm. P. Worrell, P. ..2876 
Robt, Anderson, A".... 951 
Samuel C. Lewis, A^... 793 
J. P. Maris, P. 65 

ELK. 

W. W. Ames, B 423 

Chas. B. Early, D 844 

W. H. Horton, A^. 648 

ERIE. 

1 Gustav Jarecld, P...1894 
John M. Kuhn, P. 1402 
Jas. Hoskinson, A^. 179 
A. H. Faulkner,Pid 24 

2 S.E.Kincaid,B 4256 

j¥. H..Silvert/iorn,B. 4290 

I. B. Brown, P 3988 

Alfred Short, D 4404 

TIras Schluraff,P. G.308d 
David Wilson, A... 4061 

FAYETTE. 

J. G. Burchinall, P...2427 

Jacob Provins, P 4173 

Smith Buttermore,P. 4150 

Chas. S. Seaton, N 4449 

W. S. Holsing, A 2320 

FOREST. 

N. P. Wieeler, B 301 

S. H. Haslett, P 283 

D. S. Knox, A". 278 

FRANKLIN. 

B.W.Washabaugh,P. 4582 
H. G. Greenawalt, P...4708 

Wm. Burgess, B 4764 

John Sweeney, D 4899 

Thomas H.Walker,P.4458 

A. A. Miller, Sr., P. ..4746 

FULTON. 

Benjamin Speck, P... 770 
Andrew G. Davis, P...1206 

GREr.NE. 

John I. Worley, P.. ..1803 

Matthias Brant, D 2920 

D. H. Brewer, A. 100 

HUNTINGDON. 

W. S.Smith, P 3182 

Samuel McYitty,P...3149 

B. B. Foust, D.-G 3233 

M. P. Doyle, P.- G 3191 

INDIANA. 

A. H. Fulton, B 3250 

John Hill, B 3395 

T. J. Marlin,P 1448 

Jesse M. Harter, P...1424 
T. St. C. Thompson,A: 2458 - 
Edward Meldren, A: 2340 

JEFFERSON 

Jas. G. Mitchell, P.. .1903 

P. J. Nicholson, D 2328 

Henry Sykes, N. 076 



JUNIATA. 

J. P. Steri-ett, B 1559 

Lucien Bcmls, D 1734 

J. Warren Plette,JV... MO 

LANCASTER. 

1 R. a Leinuth, E.. ..2547 
J. L. Steinmetz, D. 2381 
William Snyder, JV. lOG 
John H. rearsol,P. 9 

2 John H. Landis, £...5122 

J.C.GatcheIl,R 5079 

Joseph K.Shultz,D.2409 
George B. E;iger,Z).2390 

Jacob Evans, A" 87 

H.M.Femminger,iV". 70 
Josiah Martin, P... 146 
Wm. M. May, P..... 143 

3 P.M. Eherley.R 7816 

F.V.Gan'z.R. . ..7G92 

C.J. Snavdij.R 7720 

S. R. Keeler, jD 3017 

J. W. Tral-ert, D...3S7:. 

E. R. Workman, D. 3876 
S. S. Nagle, iS^. 98 

F. A. Bennett, N... 103 
A'ldison Eahy, A'... 99 
Geo. W. Marks, P... 53 
I. S. Dissinger, P... 45 
G.W.Bernthoisel,P. 36 

LAWRENCE. 

W. U. 3TcCandIess, R. 2470 
Walter Fallerton, P.... 2422 
D. S. Morris, D.-G. ...2346 

Z. T. Allen, A^. 975 

J. M. Marlin, P.-D...1121 

LUZERNE. 

1 Chas. A. Miner, R... 1615 
Wesley Johnson, I). 158 
J. J). Birmin.Q:'m A. 1046 

2 John B. Snnth, P.. . .1017 
¥.A.B.Koon>i,D.-G. 1581 
M. E. Walker, A^... 87 

3 J. J. Shonk, R 1498 

John Dnnn, D 678 

W. H. Hines, N 2048 

4 A. P. Goedrick, R .1194 
George W. Dnan,D. 1326 
Georges. Boyle, A. 1299 

5 T. J. Herbert, P.... 1012 
M. JlcDonough, D. 508 
D. 0'Lenahan,N.....n7^ 

6 John E. Barrett, R... 20^3 

T. D. Lewis, R 2034 

Thos. O'Boyle. D... 754 

Mat. Gehen, D 572 

D. P. Thomas, A^.... 1455 
Jas. DunnigJin, A^...1627 

J. L. Walden, G 175 

L. M. Bunnell, G... 174 

7 A. LAcJcerhj,R 1472 

Pat.Svyeeney, !».-(?. 1181 

8 Sam. S.Jones, P.... 979 
W. H. Kearney, D. 688 
Thos. Mooney, A"..... 1483 

LEBANON. 

Geo. W. Hoverter, P...3922 

John Etter, R 4049 

Elias Wolbern, D 2348 

Henry P. Pfeiffer, A". 614 
P. H. Reinhard, A: ... 514 

LEHIGH. 

P. Wanamaker, P 5094 

A. Singmaster, P 4770 

Isaac M. Cassell, P...4743 
Ernest H. NaJcel, D. ...6728 
Frank B. Ileller, Z>....6606 



amrles H. Foster, D. 5817 
Anthony Reilly,A^... 334 
Preston J. Baber, A"... 345 
Henry Kunz, A; 382 

! LYCOMING. 

John Gaus, G.-R 5035 

Charles Nash, R 3720 

Peter Reeder, G.-R 4091 

Ichabod C. Brown, P. 4628 
Willis R. Bierly, I>...4659 

Franh Porter, D 4973 

J. Stickel, A". 2086 

[ m'kean. 

L. Emery, R 1652 

I Robert Gregg, D 1215 

James E. Blair, A^. 690 

I MERCER. 

B. F. Gordon, R 4346 

Harry Watson, R 4403 

\Jas. iV. McConnell, R. 4193 

C. W. Heydrick, P.. ..2610 

J. M. Sheriff, P 3351 

Geo. D. Herbert P...3721 
T. M. Cooley, A^ 3171 

D. L. Calkins, A". 2042 

C. A. Ashton, AT. 2416 

J. M. Carnahan, P.... 258 

John Titus, P. 234 

R. M.Porter, P. 271 

I MIFFLIN. 

J. H. Maclay, R 1851 

John M. Shad!c,P....170r, 
Robert C. Craig, A^.... 34 

j MONROE. 

Jof^eph Fade,D 2115 

John Callahan, Ind... 567 
A. J. Shoemaker,I»d. 1010 

i MONTGOMERY. 

John W. Fair, P 8772 

C. Tys<m Kratz, P. .. 8848 

W. F. Hallman, P 9051 

Wm. B. Roberts, R 9119 

Isaac IToyer, R 9110 

Edwin Halloicell, P.. ..9153 
M. S. Longaker, P.. ..8839 
./. C. Danne'^auer. P. .,9152 

M. S. Sellers, D 9202 

Matt. O'Brien, P 8851 

I A. J. Buck waiter, A^. 366 
Augustus Skean, A^.,. 356 
I Clay ton M. Weber, A^. 370 
John H, Honnis, A^,., 414 
S. S, B^rnsderfer, A^. 423 
James Eshback, Ind. 404 

MONTOUR. 

P, C, Newhaher, D 1091 

W.J, Baldy, P 1010 

James Foster,- A". 511 

i NORTHAMPTON. 

Joseph M. Scott, P...3422 

John Best, P 3G48 

Stephen Anewalt, P. 3560 

J. M. Hachetf, I) 6979 

Henry Schall, I) 7206 

L4. W. LercKTJ 7111 

Charles P, Pomp, A^...1772 

David Mercer, A". 1770 

James Fisher, A^, 1705 

C. P. Pomp, P 173 

I NORTHUMBERLAND. 

Chas. W. Weaver, P. 3071 

Oscar Foust, P,,. 3371 

J W. Scanlan, D 4230 

D. L. Sherwood, D 4012 

John IMcFarland, A: 1854 
Thomas Foulds, A^....1313 



TERRY. 

M. B. Ilolmau, R 2838 

W. C. Brown, P 2565 

J. S. Demaree, A''. 85 

PHILADELPHIA. 

1 James Mitchell, P...3408 

Samuel Strine, R 3506 

David Mickle. P.. ,.2213 
W. A. M. Dove, P. 2482 
T.J.Cunningh'm A; 137 
R. H. Busteed, N... 319 
Have, Ind 17 

2 T. J. Reynolds,- R....U25 
J. G. Thompson, P. 1866 
Patrick O'Neill, P. 1468 

J. M, Patton, P 1455 

J. A. Purcell, P 1384 

S.n.Dockendorff,P.1348 
I. W. Bisbing, A.... 63 

H. ReirT, A^. 99 

N. R. Harris, Lid... 19 

3 P. McCloslcey, D 1715 

Jos. H. Weston, P. 1079 
J. R. W^lsh, A^. 76 

4 Edward Hardy, P. 1180 
John Donahue, P.... 2036 
0, H. Qninn, A^. 35 

5 E. J. Petroff,R 1582 

J. P, Miller, P,-(^...1285 

H. F. Wilson, R 700 

H. E. Mackin, P... 576 
Jno. Sullivan, P.... 607 
Stephen D. Nash, A^. 46 

; 7 Samwi Iluhn, R 3032 

I W. II. Patterson, R. 2938 
I Luke Keegan, P ...1376 
I James Patton, P.. ..1399 

I 8 Edward Law, R 1864 

I C.n.Krunibhaar,P.1167 
I 9 Wm. Patterson, P...1238 
j Chas. B.Duncan. P. 1000 

10 Geo. W. Hall, R....2'6S0 
Thos. Graham, P. 1029 
J. N. Neyin,A: 37 

11 P.W.Unyerzagt,7^. 793 

I A. Crawford, D 1324 

' 12 B. F. Thomas, P. ..1091 
i C. R. Centner, P. ..1477 

' 13 P. C. Clarke, R 1486 

I J.J.Broadhurst,P.1203 
I F. H. SiddaJl, A^... 45 

14 J. H. Fullmer. P.., 1609 

E. F. Nagle, P 1228 

J.G,Rittenhouse,A^. 498 
Snyder. Ind.-R 107 

15 E. W. Davis, R 3944 

James Neill, R 4314 

P P. McKee, R 4371 

R. C, Winship, P. 2839 
Geo. Proyand.P...2888 
J.H.McGlensey,P.2703 

T. T.Lewis, A^ 129 

Jos, Rohrer, AT..... 134 
Geo. Robinson, A". 120 
I, C. Price, Ind.-R. 346 

16 Henry Clay, R 1308 

A.J. Elder, D 1555 

v\ . S, Franks. A",.. 44 

17 J. E. Faunce, D. ,.,1444 
M. Mullin, Ind.-D. 703 
J. A. O'Connell, a: 59 

18 W. Graham, R 3436 

Koch ersperger, P . , , 3081 
Michael Babes, P, 1850 
Daniel Foster, P, 1745 
Lewis F. Smith, A". 646 i 



18 Jas. Dundas, A"..... 
I Stewart, hid , 

19 A C. Red fern, R... 
W. H. Maneeley,R. 

R. Gillespie, R 

B.F.Hughes, P-P. 
J, G, Schall, P.„, 

E. F, Beine, P 

Wuj. Tiilyer, P 

A. Wilson, a: 

G, C. Mehrer, N... 
Arthur Walker, A^, 

20 S. J. Yarger, R 

W. n. Ha;det, P.. 
Thos. Gowan, P.. 

J. C, Rodel, P 

Thos. A. Rea, A^„ 
Mahlon Fox, A;,,. 

21 Jas. Ilolgate, R. .... 
Jos, A. Reed, P.... 
T. J. Lovegrove, A^. 

22 Jos. M. Hill, R... 
R. V. Sallada, P, 
T.F.Middleton,A^. 

23 John T. Farr, R. . 
T.EllvvoodCoxP. 
Thos. Dungan, A. 

24 C, James, P 

Jno. Server, I.-R. 
Geo. T. Jones ^ R... 
Lee Crandall, A",., 

25 Thos, C.Evans, P. 
Ger>. F. Smith, D... 
J. R. Johnston, A. 

26 W. J. PoUock, R..., 

J. R. Smidcr,R 

W.Il,Gilbert,7;.-G, 
E. S. Campbell, P. 
T. Montgomery.A". 
Patterson, Ind 

27 J. W. Ieirjh,R 

W. J. Wallace, P. 

2S A. G. Neall.R 

J. C, Claik, P 

Samuel Austin, N. 

PIKE. 

Carlton A. Smith, D.... 

Eli Cuddeback, P 

J. W. Quick, P 

J, M. Williamson, P. 
J. II. Van Etten, P... 

POTTER. 

W. T.Lane. P 

William Shear, D.-G. 



540 

185 

5373 

5424 

4291 

1582 

.3944 

,4093 

3996 

737 

628 

674 

,3043 

3771 

2097 

2165. 

454 

154 

,4426 

2G87 

;28 

2494 

1675 

60 

2362 

1639 

.92 

1787 

2140 

2190 

158 

2336 

2G59 

241 

5542 

.5183 

,3199 

3031 

579 

44 

2085 

, 931 

2707 

2408 

. 225 

395 
, 327 
295 
327 
376 

1312 
1394 



SCHUYLKILL. 

1 Geo.W. Johnson. P. 997 
Thos. J. Hegins,P.1042 
Patrick Conry, A"..... 2351 

2 Paul Paul, P 283 

Chas. W, Iloch, P. 1371 
John Welsh, N. 1885 

3 ]V[organW.Fehr,P.1467 
J. T. Shorner, G.-R. 1647 

4 Clay W. Evans, iZ..,3756 
W. Ramsey P<.tts.P. 3214 
Han ison A.Kear,P,3255 

JohnBoland, P 3307 

S. C. Kirk,D 3339 

C. B. Palsqrove. P„.3543 
Je)hn T, Noble, A^,..2457 
Jn(\ D.Williams, iV. 2071 
Wm.W, Brown, AT. 1782 

SNYDER. 

Charles Miller, R 1969 

D. S. Boyer, P ...,,1432 



SOMERSET. 

E. 3L SJirocJc, B 3118 

A. J. Colhom, E 3086 

L. A. Turner, i>.-(7...2239 
Geo. G.Walker, D.-G. 2453 
J. M. Smith, a 3G 

SULLIVAN. 

Henry Williams, Z>... 452 
Jonathan Kogers, N. 358 
E. M. Dunham, B 611 

SUSQUEHANNA. 

James P. Taylor, jK...3577 

J. W. Lowry, i? 3744 

J. a M6rris,D.-G 3850 

J. W. Cargill, D.-G....3171 
L. A. Smith, P. 158 

TIOGA. 

Ben')'. Dorr mice, R 4190 

a V. Elliott, n 4192 

S. E. Kirkendall, D... 574 
Miles White, Z> 515 



John Goodspeed, A^...3410 
Jay Whitehead, JV.....3298 

UNION. 

Charles S. Wolfe, 12.... 1963 
CyrusHoffa, I) 1698 

VEX AN GO. 

George E. 3Iapes, i?...3449 

S. B!3fyers,Ii 3488 

W. J. Hulings, i? 3443 

E. L. Keenan, J) 3010 

I William Hasson, D...3014 

,/. i. Dewoody, D.-G. 3876 

I.E. Dean, iV: 13G6 

T. S. Strawhicker, N. 1497 

F. W.Smith, P 354 

A. F. HoUistcr, P. 337 

I WAIIEEN. 

Frank D. Reeves, B. 2239 
\J. B. Wldte, D.-G 2755 

WASHINGTON. 

I J. B. McLain, B 5106 



John S. Duncan, J2...5012 

John W. Stevens, B 5184 

Findley Patterson, D...5125 
John C Messenger, D. 5301 

J. G. McCoy, D 4883 

James Craig, J\^. 87^ 

E. C. Byers, N. 836 

H. S. Chaltant, iV. 788 

WAYNE. 

K F. Underwood, U...3G63 
Friend B. Moss, P.... 1661 
J. T. Hodman, P.-^ 1209 
C, D. Mumford, D.-G. 1664 
A. B. Gammelly D 2328 

WESTMORELAND. 

W. B. Neal, P 4604 

James McElroy, P. .4432 
Matthias Soxman, P. 4399 

M. JV. Marl-er D 6076 

James S. Worden, P...5901 



IP. G. Lelghty, D 6045 

' J. T. Fulton, JV. 1782 

G. W. Eumbaugh,iV. 1712 
liichard Muse, N. 1816 

j WYOMING. 

'h. p. Halstead,P 1267 

\A. W. Steplteyis, D 1392 

jF. C. Deunidon, A'. .... 806 

YORK. 

Sam'l L. Klaufelt, P. 5943 
j Mich. Overmiller, P. 6085 

E. P. Warren, P 6006 

D. W. Beitzel, P 6018 

Geo. E. Sherwwd, D. 9259 
Philip S. Bowman, D. 9418 

J. Weist, D 9598 

Wm. Campbell, D 9585 

John Billet, a: 72 

Thomas Paley, A. 82 

Asabel Hoopes, N. 76 



PEN-]SrSYJLVAKIA COUiNTY OFFICERS: 

Vot0 at the November Election, 1879, and I^ist of Officials for 1880. 



ADAMS. 
Director of the Poor. District Attorney. 

Lough, D....\ 2596 Wilson, P 2421 

Hartzell, P 2302 Swope. P 2569 

King, Ghic 121 Eyster, Gbk 183 

Jury C mmissioners. 

Klunk, D 2532 Sanders, P 2349 

31yers, Gbk 138 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, William McLean, D. 

Sheriff, A. J. Bovvers, D. 

Prothonotary, Daniel S. Chronister, D, 

Ptegister and Becorder, Samuel B. Harner, D. 

Clk. 0. C. and Clk. of Sess., Jacob C. Pittenturff, P. 

Treasurer, Franklin S. Earner, D. 

District Attorney, S. McC. Swope, P. 

Surveyor, John G. Briukerhoff, P. 

Coroner, George L. Eice, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, Aaron Shecly, P. 

Commis:3ioners, Henry Gulp, P. Jacob Harnish, P. 

Ebenezer TtlcGinley, P. 
Auditors, Francis Steffy, P. S. H. Eicholtz, P. Joseph 

A. Eckenrode, P. 

ALLEGHENY. 

Judges. 
Court No. 1. Court No. 2. 

Collier, P 30609 Kirkpatrick, R.... 17836 

No opposition. Lazear, P 12b05 

Pr thonotary. Director of the Poor. 

Brown, P 16583 Herron, P 6214 

McCandless, P 13032 Carpenter, P 3077 

McGaw, Gbk 1252 Eiggs, Gblc 1022 

Coroner. Jury Commissioners. 

Hope, P 14564 Sanders, P 18312 

Sloan, IwJ 3918 llogan, P 10r;i;7 

Eolshouse, D 10193 Eubrecht, Gblc 17- :4 

Wicoff, G'.lc 1913 Gormlcy, Pro 112 

Hershberger, Pro 139 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Court of C. P. No; 1— President Judge, Edwin H. 

Stowe, 7^. Associate Judges, Fred. H. Collier, P. 

John n. Baiky, P. 
Court of C. P. No. 2— Pres. Judgf\ Thomas Ewing, 

jB. Associate Judges, John M. Kirkpatrick, B. J. 

W. F. White, P. 
Judge of Orphans' Court, W. G. Hawkins, Jr. P. 
Controller, George xVlexander, P. 
Sheriff, Thomas II. Hunter, P. 



Prothonotarj'-, J. 0. Brown, P. 
Eeg. and Cl'k of Orphans' Court, Philip Hoerr, P. 
Eecorder, Ealph J. Eichardson, R. 
Clerk of Ct. of Q. Sess. A. II. Eowand, Jr. P. 
Trea'^urer, William McCallin, P. 
District Attorney, John S. Eobb, R. 
Commissioners, Eobert E. Mercer, B. John McClel- 
land, P. William McGee, P. 
Surveyor, J. H. Eeno. P. 

Superintendent of Schools, James Dickson, P. 
Coroner, W. H. Hope, P. 

AEMSTEONG. 
Judge. iSJieriff. 

Nealo, P 3912 Henry, P 3646 

Golden, I) 3313 Hilcman, P 3485 

Euffncr, GbJc 339 Brown, GbJc 397 

District Attorney. Jury Commissioners. 

Leason, P 3831 Hooks, P. 3815 

Johnson, P 3527 King, P 3244 

Phelps, Gbk 17 Morrow, Gbk 480 

Coroner. 

Zuver, P 3917 Jack, P 3102 

Grieb, Ghk 494 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, James B. Neale, P. 

Sheriff, James G. lienry, P. 

Prothonotary, etc., A. H. Stitt. P. 

Eegister and Eecorder, J. H. Chambers, P. 

Treasurer, T. J. Eiwood, P. 

District Attorney, M. F. Leason, P. 

Surveyor, George Stockdale, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, A. D. Glenn, P. 

Coroner, George Zuver, P. 

Commissioners, L. W. Corbett, P. James White, P. 

John Murphy, P. 
Auditors, Jerry Elgin, P. D. W. Shaffer, P. D. W. 

Hawk, P. 

BEAVEE. 
Prothonctary. Jf^^'y Commissi -ners. 

Stone, B 3357 Calvert, P 3370 

Masten, P 2160 White, P 2141 

Littell, G5/;: lid Stioclz, Gbk 133 

Director of tJce Poor. Trustees cf Academy. 

Boots, ii! 3330 Wallace, P 3385 

Dickev, P 3383 ressonden,P 3366 

McCague, P 2151 Patterson, D.-Ghk... 22 !0 

Todd, P 2119 Minis. P 210S 

Noss, (i?i)'.' 123 Covert, GW- 125 

Potter, G6/.- 112 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Ilenry Hice, E. 

Sheriff, Mark AVisener, D. 

Protlionotary, Stephen P. Stone, R. 

Eegistcr and Recorder, II. M. Donehoo, D. 

Crk of 0. C't, and Cl'k of S., Charles A. Griffin, R. 

Treasurer, Wm. F. Dawson, R. 

District Attorney, John M. Buchanan, Z>. 

Surveyor, James J. Power, R. 

Superintendent of Schools, Benjamin Franklin, R. 

Coroner, Jos^^ph jM. Reed, R. 

Commissioners, Simuel Nelson, J?. Levi Fish, R. 

James C. Ritchie, D. 
Auditors, Ilenry Cooper, R. A. P. Sickman, D. 

Vacancy. 

BEDFORD. 
Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Replogle, JtC 2103 McCreary, R 2079 

Elder, D 2092 Lucas, D 2125 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, William M. Hall, R. 

Associate Judges, D. B. Kochendarfer, D. John Nel- 
son, D. 

Sheriff, W. G. Eicholtz, D. 

Protlionotary, etc., Humphrey D. Tate, D. 

Register and Recorder, E. D. Shoemaker, D. 

Treasurer, James E. Shires, R. 

District Attorney, Frank Fletcher, D. 

Surveyor, Walter F. Bloore, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, J. W. Hughes, D. 

Coroner, George Fluck, D. 

Commissioners, Lewis Browning, R. Wm. Rogers, R. 
Jacob L. Albright, D. 

Au/litors, Jesse Connor, D. A. L. Benkett, D. 

BERKS. 
President Judge. Coroner. 

Hagenman, D 8350 Kelly, B 7983 

Yundt, i? 4490 Cressman, iiJ 48G9 

Brumm, G5/; 282 Green, G6/j 289 

Hughes, Gbk 8 

Lirector of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Bower, D ." 8092 Graul, D 79G1 

Appel, 2i 4795 Harner, i? 4872 

Hamilton, Ghk 281 Reifsnyder, Ghk 31G 

Prison Inspector. 

Ritter, D 8072 Sticff,72 4850 

Meyer, i> 8026 King, G&^- 305 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Jeremiah Hagenman, D. 

Associate Law Judge, Aug. S. Sassaman, I>. 

Sheriff, Alfred C. Kemp D. 

Prothonotary, Amos Wciler, D. 

Register, Solomon S. Kindt, D. 

Recorder, Daniel Zimmerman, D. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, Ephraim Dunkle, D. 

Clerk of the Sessions, Enoch S. Matthias, D. 

Treasurer, Adam M. Dundore, I). 

District Attorney, William M. Goodman, B. 

Surveyor, Henry C. Zacharias, D. 

Superintend't of Schools, County, Samuel A. Baer, B. 

Coroner, William H. Kelly, B. 

Commissioners. Wm. S. Young, B. John Walborn, 

B. Jerrmiah R. Guldin, R. 
Auditors, Cliarles S. Tobias, B. J. D, Hoffman, B. 

Wm. H. Clark, R. 

BLAIR. 
Slieriff. Prothonotary, etc. 

Bell, R 3932 Burkett, ZiJ 3577 

Sink, B 3021 Stewart, B 3G26 

Diehl, L.R 412 Bell, L. R 216 

Birector of the Poor. Jury Com,m.issioners. 

Mattern, i? 3745 Orr, ii 3918 

Hart, B 3354 McDowell, B 3257 

Brown, i.i? 307 Weakland, L.R 277 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John Dean, R. 

Associate Judges, C. J. Mann, R. Samuel Smith, R. 

Sheriff, G. Thomas Bell, R. 

Prothonotary, etc., James P. Stewart, B. 

Register and Recorder, Abraham Lingenfelter, B. 

Treasurer, Alexander Rutltdge, R. 

District Attorney, Thomas W, Jackson, D. 

Surveyor, Frank Cassiday, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, John Stephens, R. 

Coroner, John W. Humes, R. 

Commissioners, John Halfpenny, R. S. B, Confer, R. 

James Mcintosh, B. 
Auditors, S. C. Baker, R. Arch. Clapper, R. J. H. 

Isett, B. 

BRADFORD. 
Jury Commissioners. Coroner. 

Wilson, li' 4574 Homet, i? 4558 

Smiley, B 2127 Terry, i> 2104 

Holcomb, Guyt 390 Bush, CZ; A- 391 

White, Pro 187 Barnum, Pro '. 202 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Paul D. Morrow, R. 

Sheriff, Peter J. Dean, R. 

Prothonotary, etc., Geo. W. Blackman, R, 

Reg., Rec, and Cl'k of 0. C, Addison C. Frisbie, R. 

Treasurer, Jno. H. Grant, R. 

District Attorney, Isaiah McPherson, R. 

Surveyor, T. A. Seward, R. 

Superintendent of Schools, G W. Ryan, R. 

Coroner, Volney Homet, R. 

Commissioners, M. F. Ransom, B. J. W. Hurst, R. 

Daniel Bradford, R. 
Auditors, Joseph Marsh, R. U. M. Pratt, R. C. P. 

Welles, B, 

BUCKS. 
Prothonotary. Bistrict Attorney. 

Folwell,;.; 0743 Yardley, i^ 0763 

Ochs, D G174 Frumbore, B 6130 

Jury Commissioners. Birector of the Poor. 

Headloy, i2 6672 Williams, i2..... 6830 

Hillpot,i) 6241 Hess, D 6047 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Richard Watson, R. 

Associate Judge, Joseph Morrison, B. 

Sheriff, Samuel L. Ely, R. 

Prothonotary, Thomas S. Folwell, R. 

Register, Hugh B. Campbell, B. 

Recorder, James W. Bartlett, R. 

Clerk of Quarter Sessions, Eugene Highland, R. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, John Roberts, R. 

Treasurer, Samuel S. Gerhart, B. 

District Attorney, Robert M. Y'ardley, R. 

Commissioners, Henry C. Hartzell, B. Thomas A. 

Lovett, I). Edvrard A. Tomlmson, R. 
Surveyor, Charles B. Savage, B, 
Superintendent of Schools, W. W. Woodruff, II. 
Auditors, Robert Eastburn, R. John J. Moore, R. 

Charles Gaine, D. 
Coroner, Evan J. Groom, B. 

BUTLER. 

JuTT/ Commissioners. 

Monks, i? 2450 Robinson, (967i; 267 

McCrea,D 2104 Donaldson, IjjcZ 2 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, E. McJunkin, I. R. 

Associate Law Judge, James Bredin, B. 

Asso. Judges, Samuel Marshall, B. Robert Story, R. 

Sheriff, W. H. Hoffman, B. 

Prothonotary, Alex. Russell, B, 

Register and Recorder, H. H. Gallaher, R. 



Clerk of Orphans' Court, W. A. Wright, B. 

Treasurer, A. L. Craig, E. 

District Attorney, W. A>. Forquar, D. 

Surveyor, Janif^s H. Denny, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, D. F. McKeo, E. 

Coroner, J. J. Campbell, E. 

Commissioners, J. C. Donaldson, D. James Gribben, 

J). Jonathan Mayberry, E. 
Auditors, John Cashdollar, B. J. D. Kamerer, E. 

B. L. Hockenberry, E. 

CAMBHIA. 

Sheriff. Director of the Poor. 

Nagle, D 2588 Rosabaugh, D 3662 

Griffith, J? 3072 Hopple, 1 1049 

Snyder, GhTc 308 Evans, Ghk 688 

Jury Commissioners. ■ Surveyor. 

Hornick, D 2876 Scanlan,Z» 2931 

Daily,i? 2595 McConneW, E.-Gbk.. 2954 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John Dean, E. 

Associate Judges, J. Flanagan, D. J. D. Thomas, D. 

Sheriff, Thomas Griffith, E. 

Proth. and Cl'k of Sessions, C. F. O'Donnell, D. 

Hog. Eec. and Cl'k Orph. Ct. J. Gallitzin Lake, D. 

Treasurer, Andrew Yeagley, D. 

District Attorney, W. Horace Rose, D. 

Surveyor, William T. McConnell, Ghk.-L. E. 

Superintendent of Schools, Hartman Berg, E. 

Coroner, James INIoreland, D. 

Commissioners, John Campbell, D. George Gurley, 

D. Samuel ^^^ Davis, E. 

Auditors, Philip Skeily, D. Patrick Dillon, D. George 
B. Stineman, E. 

CAMElflON. 
Prothonotary^ etc. Jury Commissioners. 

Frank, 72 462 Wykoff", E 419 

Heneley, D 341 Minaul, D 365 

COUNTY OFFICEKS. 

President Judge, Henry W. Williams, R. 

Associate Law Judge, S. T. Wilson, E. 

Associate Jud,2:es, Solomon Ross,i2. G. W. Warner, D. 

Sheriff, Franklin Housler, E, 

Prothonotary, etc. J. W. Frank, E. 

Treasurer, J. Henry Cochran, D. 

District Attorney, Samuel C. Hyde, B. 

Surveyor, John C. Chandler. E. 

Superintendent of Schools, N. H. Shanck, E. 

Coroner, B, P. llcilman, E: 

Commissioners, William Howard, D. Hezekiah Mix, 

E. Thomas Dougherty, D. 

Auditors, J. K. Hockley, D. John Day, E. D. D. Al- 
derfer, E. 

CARBON. 
Sherif. 

Koons, i2 20S7 Klotz, (?&^' 331 

Kresge, D 2073 Keim, 1 8 

l^ro. 0. C. and C. of Q. S. Jury Comyn'issioiiers. 

Esser,D 2209 Eadie, E 2002 

Whor, 72 2063 Gallagher,!) 2257 

Reynolds, Ghh 237 Dunlap, Ghk 215 

Coroner. Surveyor. 

Stroup,J? 2203 Bauman, i2 2020 

Lentz. D 2262 Boyer, Z> 2254 

Lacair, 66/^; 215 Xander, G6/c 216 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Samuel S. Drehr, B. 

Asso. Judges, R. Leonard, B. Charles Meendsen, B. 

Sheriff, Tliomus Koons, E. 

Prothonotary, etc. Geo. W. Esser, B. 

Register and Recorder, Bernard Phillips, B, 

Treasurer, Max Schueibenz, B. 

District Attorney, E. R. Siewers, D. 

Surveyor, Henry Boyer, B. i 



Superintendent of Schools, R. F. Hofford, B. 

Coroner, C. W. Lentz, B. 

Commissioners, James Ash, E. J. J. Gallagher, B. 

Josiah Andrews, B. 
Auditors, H. A. Beltz, B. Samuel Motzer. B. 

CENTRE. 
Jury Com^missioners. Coroner. 

Shannon, B 2638 Adams, B 2674 

Kline, E 1808 Thompson, i^ 1807 

Hunter, Gbk 359 Jacobs, Gbk 318 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Charles A. Mayor, B. 

Associate Law Judge, John H. Orvis, B. 

Associate Judges, Samuel Frank, B. John Divin, D. 

Sheriff,* John Spangler, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. J. Cal. Harper, B. 

Register, etc. William E. Burchfield, B. 

Recorder, W. A. Tobias, B. 

Treasurer, Adam Yearick, B. 

District Attorney, D. F. Fortney, B. 

Surveyor, Joseph 'Devling, E. 

Superintendent of Schools, Henry Meyer, B. 

Coroner, Joseph Adams, B. 

Commissioners, Jacob Duukle, B. George Swab, B. 

Andrew Gregg, E. 
Auditors, Geo. R, Williams, B. Thos. B. Jameson, B. 

James P. Stewart, E. 

CHESTER. 

Judge. 

Futhey,i? 7492 No Opposition. 

Director of the Door. Jury Commissioners. 

Millard, 72 6522 Lewis, 72 6393 

Cavanaugh, 7) 3438 Evans, D 3454 

Pollock,P 302Paxson,P 405 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, J. Smith Futhey, 72. 

Sheriff", James E. McFarlan, 72. 

Prothonotary, James Lynch, Jr. 72. 

Register, William 8. Underwood, 72. 

Recorder, Franklin P. Ash, 72. 

Cl'k of Orphans' Ct. Cl'k of Sess. Pierce Hoopes, Jr. 72. 

Treasurer, John H. Buckwalter, 72. 

District Attorney, Thomas W. Pierce, 72. 

Superintendent of Schools, Jacob W. Harvey, 72. 

Director of the Poor, Thomas Millard, 72. 

(!oroner, Barclay Lear, 72. 

Commissioners, Jacob M. Zook, 72. William Mode 

Elliott, 72. Edwin Otley, B. 
Jury Commissioners, David Lewis, 72. Ezra Evans, D. 

CLARION. 
S^ierif. Jury Commissioners. 

Collner, 7) .' 2749 Turney, i> 2854 

Hoover, 72 2230 Fovkner, 72 1881 

Rickenbrode, G'fcA;.... 200 O'Neii, (?6^• 496 

Carson, J. 72 63 

Coroner. 
Cyphert, D 3014 Wick, 72 1945 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, William P. Jenks, B. 

Asso. Jud2:es, James Sweeny, D. Christ'n Brinker, B. 

Sheriff, William F. Collner, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. W. W. Greenland, D. 

Register and Recorder, Oliver E. Nail, B. 

Treasurer, P. Graham, B. 

District Attorney, William A. Hindman, B. 

Surveyor, Samuel Conner, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, A. J. Davis, D. 

Coroner, A. R. Cyphert. B. 

Commissioners, James B. Lawson, D. John Keatley, 

B. John J.Wilson, 72. 
Auditors, Jacob Kribbes, B. W. G. Allen, B. A. J. 

Tiuitt, 72. 




CLEAKFIELD. 

Slierijf. Jury Commissioner s. 

Mahaffe}', L 2549 Jackson,!) 2432 

Antes, li 1274 Brown, B lo74 

Hewitt, Ghk 502 Siuitli, OWc 424 

JJistrict Aitirney. 
McKendrick,;i) 2422 Gordon, It 1786 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Jndge, Charles A. Maj^er, D. 

Associate Law Judji:©, John H. Orvis, D. 

Associate Judges, V. B. Holt, D. Abram Ogden, D. 

Sheriff, James Mahaffe}', D. 

Prothonotary, etc, Eli Bloom. D. 

K(!gister and Recorder, L. J. Morgan, D. 

Treasurer, Philip Dotts, D. 

District Attorney, J. F. McKendrick, D. 

Surveyor, S. E. McClos'uoy, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, M. L. McQuawau, D. 

Coroner, James A. Moore, D. 

Commis-iioners, El ah Johnson, D. John Norris, R. 

Conrad Kyler, D. 
Auditors, W. Y. Wright, D. Joseph Gililand, D. J. 

S. Norris, R, 

CLINTON. 
Prothonntm-y. Register^ Recorder, etc. 

Batcheler,I> 2028 Clark, D 2019 

Moore, i? 1188 Beardsley, 7? 1215 

Wilson, P/o 88 3 lackey, Pro 80 

Stamm, G&/C 19 Herr, c?fe/j 17 

Coroner. Jury Commissioners. 

Mader, D 1865 Chatham, P 1894 

Meloy, P 13G1 McClintock, P 1319 

Smith, Pro 98 0^ Neil, Pro 92 

Blesh, GhJc 18 Hurd, GR- 22 

COUNTY OFFICEES. 

President Judge, Charles A. Mayor, D. 

Associate Law Judge, John H. Orvis D. 

Asso. Judges, John W. Smith, P. Ciine Quigley, P. 

Sheriff, Ilobert S. Barker, R. 

Prothonotary, etc. Geo. W. Batcheler, P. 

Register and Recorder, James W. Clark, P. 

Treasurer, Abiah II. Strayer. P. 

District Attorney, Wm. H. Clough, P. 

Surveyor, Flaviers J. David, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, Thomas N. McGhee, P. 

Coroner, John S. Mader, P. 

Commissioners, Patrick Kane, P. John E. Price, P. 

James C. McCloskey, R. 
Auditors, Daniel M. M<jrris, P. William T. Young, 

P. William A. White, R. 

COLUMBIA. 
Sherlf. 

Smith, P 1G55 Fairman.P 544 

Smith, P 252 Ent, QbJ: 16>5 

Hess, Lid. P ;... 41 

Coroner. Jury Commissioners. 

Dildine,P 2340 Bobbins, P 2202 

Kline, Pro , 243 Kester,Pro 275 

Kisner, P... 1104 Hartman,7^ 1182 

Hower, (^6A; 475 Kisner, c;Z;/i; 484 

COUXTY OFFICEES. 

President Judge, William Ellwell, P. 
Judge of Orphans' Court, William Elwoll, D. 
Asso. Judges, J. K. Krickbaum, P. F. L. Shuman, P. 
Sheriff, Uzal II. Ent, GhJc.-D. 
Prothonotary, etc. Yfilliam Krickbaum, P. 
Register and Recorder, William-^on H. Jacohy, P. 
Treasurer, 11. A. Schweppenhiser, P. 
District Attorney, R. R. Little, P. 
Surveyor, Samufd Neyhart, P. 
Superintendent of Schools, William H. Snyder, P. 
Coroner, J. K. Dildine, P. 

Commissioners, Stephen Pohe, P. Charles Reichart, 
P. A. B. Herring, Gbk. 



Auditors, Wm. L. Manning, P. Samuel E. Smith, P. 
C. B. Seesholtz, R. 

CRAWFORD. 
Jury Commissioners. 

McMichacl, P 3516 Roberts, P 2006 

imier.GiJc 1918 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Pearson Church, P. 

Sheriff, Andrew G. Apple, R. 

Prothonotary, Wm. S. Rose, R. 

Register and Recorder, Robt. Andrews, R. 

Cl'k of Orphans' Ct. & Cl'k cf fcess. Chas.T. Shaw, B. 

Treasurer, Wm. Nash, D.-Chlc. 

District Attorney, Geo. F. Davenport, R. 

Surveyor, F. R. Youiig, R. 

Superintendent of Schools, C. F. Chamberlin, R. 

Coroner, Simon Strouse, R. 

Commissioners, Joseph Scowden, P. Wm. J. Kerr, R. 

James Jamison, ChJc. 
Auditors, Thos. S. ]\Iinniss, P. J. A. Williams, R. 

A. W. Smith, GhJc. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Sheriff. Jury Commissioners. 

Woodman,;; 3855 Hackman, P 4496 

Thomson, P 4414 Coover, P..., 3743 

Hoffert, G6A; SS Smith, Gbk 143 

Director of the Poor. 

Heagy,P 4424 Walters, R 3941 

Shullenberger, P 4320 Newcomer, Ghk 118 

Eberly, R 3818 Leib, Gbk 110 

Cor on er. 

Smith, P 4477 Rheim, P 37G9 

Lipperd, Gfci- 110 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, M. C. Herman, P. 

Sheriff, A. A. Thomson, R. 

Prothonotary, Robert M. Graham, P. 

Register, John JI. Drawbaugh, P. 

Rec. Cl'k 0. C. Crk of Sess. John Shaeffer, P. 

Treasurer, John C. Eckels, P. 

District Attorney, George S. Emig, P. 

Surveyor, F. C. Arms, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, Samuel B. Shearer, P. 

Coroner, David Smith, P. 

Commissioners, Jacob Barber, P. Hugh Boyd, P. 

James II. Woodburn R. 
Auditors. Thos. R. Bergner, R. Samuel Green, P. 

F. B. Perlett, P. 

DAUPHIN. 
Prothonotary. Register. 

Mitchell, P 4964 Meetch, P 4975 

Kinnard, 1> 3510 Rodearmel, P 3514 

County S'Ucitor. Director of the Poor, 

Young, R 5208 Enders, 7? 5069 

Shaffner,P 3282 Swab, P 3243 

Coroner. 
Shindler, R 5165 Kinter, P 3243 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John J. Pearson, R. 

Associate Law Judge, R. M. Henderson, P. 

Sheriff, Augustus Reel, P. 

Prothon. Cl'k of Q. 8. and 0. T. E. B. Mitchell, P. 

Recorder and Cl'k of Orphans' Ct. John S. Lynch,P. 

Register, William B. Meetc h, P. 

Treasurer, William Lodge, 7^. 

District Attorney, Elias Hollinger, P. 

Solicitor, John W. Young, R. 

Commissioners, M. B. Moyer, P. Philip Moyer, P. 

S. Boyd Martin, P. 
Auditors, Samuel R. Miller, P. L. W. Clemson, P. 

Nelson Enders, P. 
Coroner, George F. Shindler, R. 
Surveyor, William H. Ulrich, 7^. 



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Mortality Experience from 1866 to 1877 : 

Probable Death Losses according to the American Experience 
Table of Mortality, the Standard of the Pennsylvania 
Insurance Department (511 lives), .$1,517,908.00 

Actual Experience of the Company during the whole period 

(331 lives) 996,159.00 

Difference, v $521,749.00 



A Low Rate of Mortality Makes Cheap Insurance. 



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DELAWARE. 

Birector rf (he Poor. 

Edwards. 12 2228 JSoblo,i> 1618 

Benington, E.-Pro 1053 

Jury Commissioners. 

Smith, J? '3223 Crozier, (?&A; 31 

EaldtjD 1662 Green, i? 2 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Thomas J. Clayton, R, 

Sheriff,Vohn J. Rowland. R. 

Prothonotary, etc. Isaac Johnson, R. 

Register, etc. Thos. Lees, R. 

Recorder, Chas. P. Walter, R. 

Treasurer, William P. Yarnall, 2?. 

District Attorney, V. Gilpin Robinson, 7?. 

Superintendent of Schools, Albert Stewart, R. 

Coroner, Horace W. Fairlamb, R. 

Commissioners, Owen W. Yarnall, R^ Abram 0. 

Lukens, E. Jesse Brooke, D. 
Auditors, Jared Darlington, R. Thomas Coulter, R. 

Joseph Pratt, D, 

ELK. 
District Atforngy. Jury Commissioners. 

Wurzell, B 873 Emmert, D 875 

Ames, Ind.-R 563 Bonnert, ^ 344 

Clover, Gbh 1 Clover, 6?6^ 216 

COUNTY OFFTGERS. 

President Judge, Lansing D. Wetmore, R. 

Associate Judges, Geo. E. Weis, D. Julius Jones, D. 

Sheria; Daniel C. Oyster, R.. 

Prothonotary, etc. Fred. Schoening, B. 

Treasurer, Michael Brunner, D. 

District Attornej^, George W.. Wurzell, B. . 

Surveyor, Eugene Lenz, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, George R, Dixon, B. 

Commissioners, W. H. Osterhout, R. Michael Wei- 

dert, D. George Reuscher, B. 
Auditors, Charles Mueller, D> Jared Mecum,.D. J. 

J. Taylor, R. 

ERIE. 
SlierijJ-'. Clerk of Courts.. 

Stafford. R 5707 Cotis&, R .5292 

Arbuckle. B 2882 Sawdey, D 3217 

Heath, Ghk 734 Philips, GM 748 

Birectors of the Poor. 
Zuck, E 5295 Boycr, D.-GhJc .,.3990 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Wm. A. Galbraith,, B. 

Sheriff, Henry" C. StalTord, R. 

Prothonotary, Giles D. Price, R. 

Register and Recorder, Jolm C. Hiltoti, R. 

Clerk 0. C't and Clerk of Sess. Frank I-K Couse, J?^ 

Treasurer, W. C. Ilay. R. 

District Attorney, Charles E. Lovett, R. 

Surveyor, George H, Piatt, R. 

Superintendent of Schools, Charles Twining, R. 

Coroner, James E, Silliman, R. 

Commissioners, A. B. Gumisen, R. D. W, Titus, R. 

A. L. Tilden, B. 
Auditors, Wm. E. Hayes, R. W. W. Love, R. C. R. 

Gray, B. 

FAYETTE. 

Birector of (he Poor. Jury Commissioner g. 

Shepard, D 2704 McCIeary, B 2975 

Carothers, J? 2885 Strickler, i? 2593 

Patterson, (^6A; 280 Hileman, G^6)fc 352 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Alpheus E. Willson. B. 
Associate Judges, D. W. G- Dumbauld, B. Griffith 
, Roberts, B. 
Sheriff, Edward Dean, B. 
'Prothonotary, etc. Joseph M, Oglevee, B. 
Register and Recorder, John W, Darby, B. 
Treasurer, Michael W. Franks, B. 
District Attorney, S. L. Mestreza,t, B. 



Surveyor, Julius C. Shipley, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, William H. Cooke, B. 

Commissioners, Thomas Hazen, B. Geo. W. Shaw, 

B. Hugh L. Rankin, R. 
Auditors, George W. Kern, B. George W. McCray, 

B. Joseph M. Campbell, R. 

FOREST. 
Associate Judge. Coroner. 

neck, Gbk 299 Tietsworth, 6/6A; 270 

Tobey, D 237 Blaine, D 266 

Arner,i2 224 Hunter, 22 207 

Surveyor. Bistrict Attorney. 

Haslet, 6^6A; 302 Irwin, i? 284 

Cook,jB 280 Proper, ii! 16 

Clark, B 172 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, L. D. Wetmore, R. 

Asso. Judges, Edward Kerr, R. John Eeck, Ghk. 

Sheriff, C. A. Randall, R. 

Prothonotary, Register, etc. Justis Shav/key, R. 

Treasurer, William Lawrence. R. 

District Attorney, Samuel D. Irwin, R. 

Surveyor, William Haslet, Ghk. 

Superintendent of Schools, H. S. Brockway, R. 

Coroner, J. N. Tietsworth, (t^A;. 

Commissioners, Eli Berlin, B. Isaac Long, B. H. W. 

Ledebur, 7^. 
Auditors, F. C. Laey, N. D. F. Copeland, R. N. 

Thompson, R, 

FRANKLIN. 

Birector of the Poor. Jtiry Commissioners. 

Lehman, of J.R 3209 Flora, R 3251 

McCIeary, D 2835 De Haven, B ...2790 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, D. Watson Rowe, ^,- 

Sheriff, Michael Gable, R. i .. 

Prothonotary, J. M. McDowell, R. ( 

Register and Recorder, John S. Sollenborger, R. , <. 

Clerk of 0. C. and Clerk of Sess. Yan T. Haulmani R. - 

Treasurer, John. S. Grier, B. k.^ 

District Attorney, 0. C. Bowers, D. 

Surveyor, John B. Kauffman, R. 

Superintf^ndent of Schools, S. H. Ely, R. 

Coroner, R. W. Ramsey, R. 

Commissioners, Frank Creamer, R. John Kyner, D. 
Wm. S. Reed, B. 

Auditors, James Duffield, R. Simon Lecron, B. Wm. 
Fry, B. 

Directors of the Poor, Jacob Frick, R. John Lind- 
say, B. Benjamin LeSiman, of J. R.. 

FULTON. 

Bistrict Attorney. 

Skinner, D.... 832 Alexander,i2 

Jury Commissioners. Coroner. 

Hendershot, D... 832 Rummell, D 

Witter,J2 587 Fruax, J2 



586 



826 

594 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, D. Watson Rowe, R. 

Asso. Jodges, James Cooper, B. Geo. W. Burton, D. 

Sheriff, George J. Pittman, R. 

Prothonotary, Register, etc. Robert A. McDonald, D. 

Treasurer, David F. Chesnut, B. 

District Attorney, Wm. B. Skinner, B. 

Surveyor. George Holly, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, H. H. Woodal, D. 

Coroner, J. Alfred Eummell, D. 

Commissioners, Joab L. Deneen B. Daniel Covalt, 

B. A. C. Fields, R. 
Auditors, A. J. Craig, B. Wm. S. Dickson, D. John 

W. Stevens, R. 



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GREENE. 
Associate Judge. Slieriff, 

Barnes, D.. 2305 Randolph, D 2335 

Cotterel, i? ....1375 Dean, li 1410 

Ruck 44 Ewing... 20 

Hoskinson 12 

Jury Gommissioneri. Director of (he Poor. 

_emple, D 2384 Kelley, D 2382 

Guthrie, ig... 1395 Lantz, B 1382 

Kennedy 25 Fry 22 

COUNTY OFFICEES. 

President Judge, Alpheus E. AVillson, X>. 

Sheriff, Joseph F. Randolph, D. 

Prothonotary, George W. Ullom, D. 

Register and Recorder, J. Lindsay Foders, D. 

Clerk of 0. C. and Clerk of Sess. J. C. Gerard, D. 

Treasurer, John South, B. 

District Attorney, Benjamin W. Carpenter. D. 

Surveyor, C. C. Brock, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, S. F. Hoge, D. 

Coroner, W. H. ]lose, D. 

Commissioners, Jacob Cole, D. S. M. Knotts, D. 

Thomas Lucas, B. 
Auditors, F. M. Shriver, D. Eli Titus, B. Richard 

Zollers, B, 

HUNTINGDON. 
Director of the Poor. Jury Comrnissioners. 

Haffly, J? 2207 Wills, 'i? 2005 

Bergans, D 1398 Krugh, i) 1529 

Books, Gbk 258 Fleck, Gbk 311 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John Dean, B. 

Asso. Judges, Adam Heeter, B. Graffus Miller, D. 

Sheriff, Samuel H. Irvin, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. W. McK. Williamson, B. 

Register and Recorder, Irvin D. Kuntzleman, B. 

Treasurer, Alexander P. McElwaine, Gbk. 

District Attorney, George B. Orladey, B. 

Surveyor, William H. Booth, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, William R. Baker, B. 

Coroner, A. B. Brumbaugh, B. 

Commissioners, Wm. H. Benson^ B. James Smith, 

B. Benjamin Isenberg, Gbk. 
Auditors, James Davis, B. John Logan, Gbk. Eli 

Plummer, Gbk. 
Directors of the Poor, Jacob Haffly, B. Abram Miller, 

B. James Harper, B, 

INDIANA. 

Jury Commissioners. 

Shields, B 2703 Boggs, D 830 

Nesbit, Gbk ,« 1700 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John P. Blair, H. 

ShCTiff, Daniel Ansley, R. 

Prothonotary, etc. Albert C. Boyle, R. 

Register and Recorder, David R. Lewis, B. 

Treasurer, John Truby, B. 

District Attorney, M. C. Watson, B, 

Surveyor, E. Paige, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, S. J. Craighead, B. 

Coroner, Irvin McFarland, B. 

Commissioners, John P. Robinson, B. Wm. Daugh- 

erty, B.-N. A. P. Thompson, N. 
Auditors, Jacob I. Stuchell, B. Marshall Shields, B. 

John K. McElhoso, N. 

JEFFERSON. 

•{strict Attorney. 

Craig.J? 2307 Fairman, D 1114 

Arthurs, Gbk 87 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, William P. Jenks, D. 

Asao. Judges, J. B. Wilson, D. Jas. E. Mitchell, B. 

Sheriff, William P. Steel, JB. 



Prothonotary, Register, etc. Thomas K. Hastings, D. 

Treasurer, Scott McClelland, B. 

District Attorney, Samuel A. Craig, B. 

Surveyor, Eli Coulter, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, Wm. A. Kelley, B. 

Commissioners, R. A. Summerville, D. Wm. D. Reitz, 

B. Oliver Brady, B. 
Auditors, Henry A. Smith, D. Saml. McDonald, B. 

Jas. F. Hawthorn, B. 

. JUNIATA. 

SJierif. 

Fowles, D 1259 Kelly, E 1640 

McCahan, GbJc-T. 68 Shivery, Iwd. D 413 

Register. Jury Commissioner!^. 

McDonald, D 1734 Meloy, B 1735 

Caveny, R 1447 Wharton, i2 1499 

Allen, Gbk-T 153 Knight, Gbk-T 169 

Coroner. 
Middagh, 1?, 1703 Notestine, (T&Aj-T 646 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, B. F. Junkin, B. 

Associate Judges, N. A. Elder, B. Francis Bartley, D. 

Sheriff, James R. Kelly, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. George Reynolds, B. 

Register and Recorder, J, Miller McDonald, B. 

Treasurer, John Kirk, D. 

District Attorney, George Jacobs, B. 

Surveyor, Adam Wilt, B. 

Superintendent of Schools. Wellington Smith, B. 

Coroner, Joseph Middagh, B. 

Commissioners, John P. Mc Williams, B. J. Banks 

Wilson, 7^. H. L. McMeen, B. 
Auditors, George Hoffman, B. John T. Allen, B. 

Louis Degan, B. 

LACKAWANNA. 

Clerk of Courts. Sheriff. 

Daniels, J? 5701 Stevens, E 5592 

RolandjD 4897 Grimes, i> 5454 

Judge. Register. 

Hand, i? '. 5^)91 Farber,^ 5239 

Collins, D 2592 Dunning, D 3134 

Stanton, X 2982 Moran, i 2359 

Prothonotary. Jury Commissi' mers. 

Sommers, i? 5356 Hal stead, i? 5607 

Renshaw, 2> 2831 Philbin, D 2640 

George, L 2475 Hannick, A^. 2302 

Commissioners, Bif^trict Attorney. 

Barrett, B 5334 Simrell, J? 5653 

Drum,i? 6233 Smith, D 6023 

Sibbett, D 2632 Recorder. 

Tierney, D 2729 Lathrop, i^ 5511 

Poland,!: 2727 Kelly, Z> 5153 

Thomas, i: 2304 

Treasurer. Auditors. 

Ripple,i? 5239 Sisson, i? 5539 

Tropp, B 20'>1 Williams, i? 5482 

Monies, Jnr?.-i2 2155 Duhigg B 4777 

Phillips,^ 1595 Johnson, B 4787 

Coroner. Surveyor, 

Daniels, i? 5413 Evans, E 5282 

Sullivan, D 4795 Smith. i> 511G 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John Handley. D. 

Additional Law Judge, Alfred Hand, B. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. J. Lewis, B. P. M. Moffitt, B. 

Sheriff, A. B. Stevens, B. 

Prothonotary, Henry Sommers, R, 

Register, George Farber, J^. 

Recorder, Thomas R. Lathrop, E. 

Cl'k of 0. Ct. and Cl'k of Sess. William G. Daniels, R. 

Treasurer, Ezra H. Ripple, B. 

District Attorney, E. W. Simrell, B. 

Surveyor, Richard Evans, B. 



Superintendent of Schools, Miss II. Evelyn Brooks. 

Coroner, William J. Daniels. E. 

Commissioners, Horace ¥. Barrett, I{. K. C. Drum, 

i?. Dennis Tierney. D. 
Auditors, A. G. Sissou, R. W. W. Williams, H. 

Francis J. Johnson, L.-Gbic, 

LANCASTER. 
Prison Inspectors. Directors of the Poor. 

Butter, i? 11742 Oberholzer, E 11745 

Horting, E 11710 SlmU'., E 11715 

Shimp, I) 6283 Watson, D 5300 

Lutz, D 5284 St:mffer, D 5323 

Andes, Pro 48 Yaisly, Pro 48 

Evans, P>-o 49 Bennett, Pro 43 

Eecoi'der. Solicitor. 

Good, E 11838 Fulton, E 11708 

Martin, D 5301 Malone, D 5205 

Nagle, Pro 55 Swope, Pro 95 

Jury Commissioners. 

Hartman, 2? 11691 Kingwalt, D 5361 

Spera, Pro 57 

COUNTY OFFICERS, 

President Judge, John B. Livingston, E. 

Additional Law Judge, 1). W. Patterson, E. 

Sherifif, Jacob S. Strine. E. 

Prothonotary, E. McMellen, E. 

Register, Edward Edgerh-y, E. 

Recorder, John P. Good, E. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, John H. Zeller, E. 

Clerk of tlie Sessions, B. F. W. Urban, E. 

Treasurer, Samuel A, Groff. E. 

District Attorney, B. F. W. Urban, R. 

Surveyor, Aaron W. Suader, E. 

Superintendent of Schools, B. F. Shaub, E. 

Coroner, Isaac IMishler, E. 

Commissioners, Christian Coble, R. Isaac Bushong, 
E. Robert Montgomery, D. 

Auditors, James Collins, E. F. G. Musser, E. Frank- 
lin K. Curran, D. 

LAWRENCE. 

Sherlf. 

Richardson, 7? 2426 Wallace, JV 277 

Harris, Z> 1546 Wright, Pro 98 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, E. McJunkin, E. 

Associate Law Judge, James Bredin, D. 

Asso. Judges, J. P. Aiken, E. A. T. McCready, D. 

Sheriff. Alexander Richardson, R. 

Prothonotary, etc. A, Hutton, D. 

Register and Recorder, B. C. Rhodes, E. 

Treasurer, W. H, H. Shaffer, E. 

District Attorney, John G. McConahy, D. 

Coroner, David P. Jackson, E. 

Superintendent of Schools, Findley Ralph, E. 

Surveyor, John H. Miller, D. 

Commissioners, Jas. D. Bryson, E. R. BIcHard, E. 

R. McBride, D. 
Auditors, John M. McKee, E. Lafayette Baldwin, E. 

George B. Gibson, D. 

LEBANON. 

Sheriff. Director of the Poor. 

Crall, E 3119 Brubaker, E 3533 

Hollmger, D 2516 Dissinger. D 2184 

Prothonotary. Coroner. 

Shultz, 7^ 3449 Spangler, i^ 3593 

Manderback, D 2329 Hess, i» 2228 

Jury Conmiissioners. 

Seesholz, U 3601 Rank, D 2078 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, John J. Pearson, E. 

Associate Law Judge, Robert M. Henderson, E. 

Asso. Judges, William Rank, E. Jos, T. Louser, E. 

Sheriff, Simon M. Crall, E. 

Prothonotary, etc. Frederick A. ShuHz, E. I 



Register, Henry H, Matthews, E. 

Recorder, Edwin M. Ebur, R. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, John H. Waltz, B. 

Treasurer, Jerome W. Henry, E. 

District Attorney, Jacob G, Adams, E. 

Surveyor, Samuel K, Ricker. E. 

Superintendent of Schools, William B. Bodenhom, E. 

Coroner, David Spangler, E. 

Commissioners, George Walker, R. Samuel Wit- 

moyer, E. H, H. Ehrman, D. 
Auditors, John A, Heilmau, E. Samuel 0. Eby, E. 

William Beyerle, D. 

LEHIGH. 
Jury Commissioners. Director of the Poor. 

Kline, P 3738 Wieser, D..... 3838 

Henninger, E 3396 Balliet, P 3310 

Trustees of Academy. 

Martin, D 3782 Young, E 3394 

Weidner, P 3785 Peter, E 3378 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Edwin Albright, D. 

Sheritf, Thomas B, Morgan, D. 

Prothonotary, II. C. Wagner, D. 

Register, Ephraim Harlacher, D. 

Recorder, Edwin H. Breder, D. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, John Yan Billiard, D. 

Clerk of Sessions. John P. Goundie, D. 

Treasurer, John J. Trexler, P. 

District Attorney, Milton C. Henninger, D. 

Surveyor, Tobias Kessler, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, James 0. Knauss, D. 

Coroner, Israel H. Troxell, D. 

Commissioners, Thomas Casey, D. David L. Barner, 

D. Jonatlian Barrel, E. 
Auditors, George W. Kramer, D, Astor S. Saeger, D. 

Jacob S. Renuinger, E. 

LUZERNE. 
Judge. District Attorney. 

Rice,P 6951 Darte, Jr. i? 7292 

McLean. P 5013 Lanahan, P 5235 

Lynch, P 4539 Bryson, P.... 3814 

Prothonotary. Cleric of Courts. 

Monroe, E 6383 Ehret, E 7133 

Banker, P 6533 O'Donnell, P 4989 

Roderick, P 4458 Koons, P 4114 

Jury C'irmnissioners. 

Long. P 6556 Koons, P 5480 

Hawley,P 3889 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Garrick M. Harding, R. 

Additional Law Judge, Charles E, Rice, E. 

Judge of Orphans' Court, D. L. Rhone, P. 

Sheriff, Patrick J. Kinney, N. 

Prothonotary, Thomas Monroe, R. 

Ueg. and CP'k of Orphans' Ct. M. B. Crary, R. 

Recorder, Thomas R. Peters, N. 

Clerk of Sessions, James R. Ehret, E. 

Treasurer, John T. Griffith, P. 

District Attorney, Alfred Darte, Jr. E. 

Surveyor, J. L. Lawrence, N. 

Superintendent of Schools, W. A. Campbell, P. 

Coroner, Henry Banks, N. 

Commissioners, S. Turnback, E. L. C. Darte, E. Jas. 

D. Harris, N. 
Auditors, Jas. Lindsay, R. 0. B. MacKnight, R, Geo. 

P. Strome, N. 

LYCOMING. 
Jury Commissioners. 

Sweeley, P 2266 Harding, P 2139 

Miller, Gbk 752 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Hugh H. Cummin, P. 

Sheriff, John S. Bastian, P. 
Prothonotary, etc. William Follmer, P. 
Register and Recorder, Thomas Johnston, P. 



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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



Treasurer, Nelson K. Keys, GhJc-R. 

District Attorney, W. W. Hart, D. 

Surveyor, Merrick Reeder, Ghk.-B. 

Superintendent of Schools, Thomas Gahan, D. 

Coroner, William Eves, GbJc.-lL 

Commissioners, McKinney Smith, D. Daniel Cor- 
son, D. William Ebner, B. 

Auditors, H. T. Winder, D. H. J. Strieby, D. H. J. 
dinger, B, 

McKEAN. 
Jury Commissioners, 

Coon, D 658 Gallup, B. 934 

Mulvany, Gbk 3»t6 

COUNTY Of^FICERS, 

President .Judge, Henry W. Williams, B. 

Associate Law Judge, Stephen F. Wilson, B. 

Associate Judges, W. S, Brownell, D. F. N. Burn- 
ham, E, 

Sheriflf, Rosswell Sartwell, D, 

Prothonotary, etc. John B. Brawley, D. 

Treasurer, W. D. Gallup, B. 

District Attorney, S. W. Smith, B. 

Surveyor, G. H. Lyon, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, Henry W. Curtis, B, 

Coroner, James E. Blair, B. 

Commissioners, John G. Boyer, D. N. W. Abbey, B. 
W. H. Colegrove, B. 

Auditors, John J. Roberts, B, C. L. Bellows, D. C. 
H. Foster, B. 

MERCER, 
Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Kemp,i2 3702 Canon, 5 3674 

Powell, D.-A^. 2907 Gelvin, D.-A^. 2978 

Porter,Pro 296 King, Pro 292 

Coroner. 

Davennev, B 3663 Christler, D.-N. 2984 

Axtell, Pro 293 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Arcus McDermitt, D. 

Sheriff, Silas Hunter, B. 

Prothonotary, Henry M. Zahniser, B. 

Register, etc. L. A. McCrumb, B. 

Recorder, Henry Hall, B. 

Treasurer, J. K. Rayen, B. 

District Attorney, E. G. Eberman, B. 

Surveyor, Richard Lewis, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, A. J. Palm, D. 

Coroner, Hugh A. Davenney, E. 

Commissioners, Archy Crawford, B. Saml. Buck- 
waiter, B. G. H. Smith, D. 

Auditors, T. A. Courtney, B, J. W. Vosler, B. 
Stephen Barnett, D. 

MIFFLIN. 

Associate Judge. Coroner. 

Davis, B 1283 McCay, D 1332 

Norton, D 1204 Hoffman, P 1179 

Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Bratton, B 1265 Owens, P 1216 

Horning, D 1246 Worrall, D 1295 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Joseph C. Bucher, D. 

Associate Judges, John Davis, B. Samuel Belford, D. 

Sheriff, George Buffington, D. 

Prothonotary, etc. William S. Settle, B. 

Register and Recorder, W. V. B. Coplin, D. 

District Attorney, Rufus C. Elder, B. 

Superintendent of Scliools, W. H. McClenahen, D. 

Coroner, William F. McCay, D. 

Commissioners, Robt. F. Cupples, D. Robt. J. McNitt, 
X>. John Henry, B. 

Auditors, John Barr, D. George H. Swigart, D. Reu- 
ben T. Myers, B. 



MONROE. 
Jury Commissioners. 

Price, D.... 229 Felir, D 437 

Strunk,D 510 Fetherman, i? 533 

Stecker,D 67 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Samuel S. Dreher, D. 
Asso. Judges, Peter Gruver, D, Chas. W. Decker, D, 
Sheriff, William T. Baker, D. 
Prothonotary, etc. Alonzo B. Shafer, D. 
Register and Recorder, J. Appeuzeller, D. 
Treasurer, Timothy Kresge, D. 
District Attorney, David S. Lee, D. 
Surveyor, Geo. G. Shafer, D. 
Superintendent of Schools, A. A. Dlnsmore, D. 
Commissioners, Charles Kemmerer, D. Cornelius 
Starner, D, J. E, Hoodmacher, D. 

MONTGOMERY, 
Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Shuler, D 6986 McCrea, D 6862 

Anders, B 6713 Sill, i^... 6820 

COUNTY OFFICERS, 

President Judge, Henry P. Ross, D. 

Sheriff, Jacob Tyson, D. 

Prothonotary, A. Franklin Hart, D. 

Register, Warren B, Barnes, D. 

Recorder, John W. Schall, E. 

Crk of Orphans' Ct. CFk of Sees. H. S. Smith, B. 

Treasurer, Evan G. Jo.nes, D. 

District Attorney, J. Wright Apple, D. 

Surveyor, Charles K. Aiman, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, R. F. Hoffecker, D. 

Coroner, H. B. Long, D. 

Commissioners, N. D. Frank, D. J. B. Davis, D. 

Amos D. Moser, B. 
Auditors, William Davis, D. Charles Slingluff, Sr. D. 

E. S. Stahlnecker, B. 

MONTOUR. 

Sheriff. Jury Commissioners. 

Shelhart,D 798 Sunday, Z> 848 

Rote, P 440 Stettler,i^ 621 

Foster, G6A; 516 Cotner, 6^67c 391 

COUNTY OFFICERS, 

President Judge, William Elwell, D. 

Asso. Judges, Robt. S. Simington, D. T. Butler, D. 

Sheriff, Jacob Shelhart, D. 

Prothonotary, etc. Wilson M. Gearhart, B. 

Register and Recorder, William C. Johnston, D. 

Treasurer, Samuel Blue, D. 

District Attorney, Leander K. Mowrer, D. 

Surveyor, George W. West, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, M. C. Horine, D. 

Commissioners, Stephen Smith, E. Isaac Amerman, 

D. Frank G. Blee, D. 
Auditors, James W. Lowrie, B. Charles H. Stoes, D. 

Jere. Wintersteen, D. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

ClerJc of Sessions. Director of the Poor. 

Reichard, i) 4272 Keller, D 4167 

Horn, B 2529 Rothrock, E 2627 

Jury Commissioners. 
McFall, D 4227 Edmonds, i? 2539 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Oliver H. Meyers, D. 

Sheriff, James Young, D. 

Prothonotary, Samuel L. Yohe, D. 

Register, Benjamin F. Schuable, D. 

Recorder, Stephen D. King, D. 

Clerk of Orphans' Court, Harrison J. Boyer, D. 

Clerk of Sessions, George W. Reichard, D. 



Treasurer, Josiah Eeimer, D. 

District Attorney, Cassius M, Anstett, D. 

Surveyor, Theodore Robinson, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, Benjamin F. Raesley, D. 

Coroner, Andrew J. Uhlor, D. 

Commissioners, Henry H. Mann, D. Reuben Edel- 

man, D. John A, Geissinger, B. 
Auditors, Paul Bachschmid, D. George J. Cleaver, D. 

Joseph Brown, B. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. 
Begister. Jury Commissioners. 

Erdman, D 2741 Grady, D 3060 

Bucher,i2 3074 Coble, A^ 2581 

Nevin, G6^ 121 Hall, G6A;... 248 

COUNTY OFFlCEnS. 

President Judge, William M. Rockefeller, B. 

Sherifl', William M. Weaver, D. 

Prothonotary, etc. Wesley Auten, D. 

Register and Recorder, Geo. D, Bucher, B, 

Treasurer, J. Galen Smith, D. 

District Attorney, Lewis Dewart, D. 

Surveyor, Samuel G. Frey, I). 

Superintendent of Schools, W. H. Eoal, i?. 

Coroner, W. L. W^right, I) 

Commissioners, John Clark, D. J. T. Albright, D. 

E. C. Chapin, B. 
Auditors, Wellington Hummel, D. E. L. Mochin, D. 

J. T. Colt, B. 

PERRY. 
Associate Judge, Director of the Poor. 

Zorger, B 2347 Snyder, 7) 2552 

Gner, I> 2571 Wright, 7? 23G0 

Coroner. Proihonotary, etc. 

Stites, B 2501 Grosh, L' 2532 

Slieaffer,i> 2410 Rineliart, D 22S0 

Jury Commissioners. 

Clauser, I? 24G2 Minich, D 2204 

Kain,Ind 103 

COITNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Benjamin F. Junkin. B. 

Associate Judges, Samuel Noss, D. William Grier, D. 

Sheriff, James A. Gray, P. 

Prothonotary, etc. Alexander B. Grosh, B. 

Register and Recorder, George S. Briner, D. 

Treasurer, William Rice, B. 

District Attorney, John Calvin Wallis, B. 

Surveyor, David Mitchell, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, S. B. Fahnestock, B. 

Coroner, Samuel Stites, B. 

Commissioners, J. W. Gantt, B, John W. Charles, B. 

Henry Shumaker, P. 
Auditors, James C. Hall, P. William PI. Jackson, B. 

Samuel P. Cree, B, 

PIKE. 

Pistrict Attorney. 

Nyce, Jr. D 544 Elared, D 343 

Jury Commissioners. 

Smith,D 378 Corey, D 110 

Demon,!* 234 Frisbee, i» 162 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Chas. P. Waller, R. 

Asso. Judges, G. P. Heller, D. William Cromule, B. 

Sheriff, W. K. Ridgway, P. 

Prothonotary, Register, etc. John C. Westbrook, P. 

Treasurer, C. R. Biddis, P. 

District Attorney, John W. Nyce, Jr. P. 

Surveyor, John Layton, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, John Kip, P. 

Coroner, R. B. Thrall, P. 

Commissioners, George Geyer, P. Oliver Creesman, 

B. Henry Dewitt, P. 
Auditors, Wm. Westfall, P. John Doming, B. John 

Marsch, B. 



POTTER. 

Jury Co mm iss loners. 

Johnson, JS 734 Rees, P 566 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Henry W. Williams, B. 

Associate Law Judge, Stephen F. Wilson, B. 

Asso. Judges, E. W. Chappel, D. N. C. Hammond, B. 

Sheriff, John M. Covey, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. 0. H. Crosby, P. 

Register and Recorder, 0. J. Rees, P. 

Treasurer, M. V. Larrabee, B. 

District Attorney, James L. Knox, P. 

Surveyor, W. A. Crosby, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, A. F. Hallenback, P. 

Commissioners, A. B. Crowell, P. Dana Drake, Gbk. 

W. R. Greenman, 7?. 
Auditors, Robert McDowell, P. Thomas Coulston, P. 

SCHUYLKILL. 
Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Kauffman, iiJ 4097 Bertram, B 4646 

Schropp, D 4002 Hauney, D 4113 

Daniels, N.-(fU:-L... 3348 Curran, N.-GhJc.-L... 2659 
Bensinger, Pro 1 Brown, Pro.-. 1 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Cyrus L. Pershing, P. 

Addi. Law Judges, T. H.W^alker, P. 0. P. Becbtel, P. 

Sheriff, William J. Matz, P. 

Prothonotary, Thomas F. Kerns. P. 

Reg. and Clk. of 0. Ct. Richard Rahn, P. 

Recorder, John A. Reilly, P. 

Clerk of Sessions, 0. J. Aregood, P. 

Treasurer, Lewis Stoffregen, P. 

District Attorney, A. W^ Schalck, P. 

Surveyor, Francis Moyer, P. 

Superintendent of Schools, Jesse Newlin, P. 

Coroner, H. D. Rentschler, P. 

Commissioners, A. J. Shortall, N. Samuel Garrett, N. 

Daniel Boj'er, P. 
Auditors, Michael O'Hara, P. George II. Miller, JV. 

George Kuebler, P. 

SNYDER. 
Prothmiotary. District Attorney. 

Grouse, B 1688 Grimm, B 1217 

riss,D 067 Bower, D 1116 

Begister. Jury Commissioners. 

Yanzandt, B 1468 Ulsh, B 1377 

W^'therill, I) 909 Hummell, P 868 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Joseph C. Bucher, P. 

Asso. Judges, Hiram O'Niel, P. Sam'l H. Y'oder, R. 

Sheriff, Daniel Bolonder, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. Jeremiah Crouse, R. 

Register and Recorder, James M. Yanzandt, B. 

Treasurer, Reuben Dreese, P. 

District Attorney, H. M. Grimm, R. 

Surveyor, George B. Renfer, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, William P. Scharf, B. 

Coroner, Percival Herman, B. 

Commissioners, Jno. Reitz, R. Jno. Romig, R. Henry 

N. Wetzel, P. 
Auditors, N. B. Middlesworth, B. Dan'l Dieffenbach, 

R. Samuel S. Maurer, P. 

SOMERSET. 
Pirector of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Ferner, B 2290 Winters, R 2300 

Smith, P 1280 Knable, P 1258 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Win. M. Hall, 7^. 

Asso. Judges, Daniel Stuft, B, C. C. Musselman, R. 

Sheriff, Edgar Kyle, B, 

Prothonotary, etc. Henry F. Schell, R. 

Register and Recorder, Wm. B. Frease, B. 

Treasurer, Henry F. Knepper, B. 

District Attorney, John R. Scott, B. 



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Surveyor, William Baker, R. 

Superintendent of Schools, Jerome B. Whipkoy, B. 

Commissioners, Jonas McCliatock, D. Dennis Cook, 

B. Jacob C. Crichfield, B. 
Auditors, Jacob M. Baker, i?. Hiram D. McCoy, B. 

SULLIYAN. 
District Attorney. Jury Commissioners. 

Collins, I> 482 Hunsinger, i> 416 

Sweet, ii 250 Bird, i^ 249 

Osier, Gbk 150 

COUNTY OrnCERS. 

President Judge, Thomas J. Ingham, F. 

Associate Judges, F. B. Pomeroy, B. M. A. Rogers, E. 

Sheriff, John Utz, Ind. 

Prothonotary, etc. H. Van Etten, Gbk. 

Treasurer, Edward Bergan, Gbk. 

District Attorney, Bryan J. Collins, D. 

Surveyor, Job L. King, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, J. Pennington Little, LB. 

Coroner, W. C. Mason, B. 

Commissioners. John Yonkin, D. H. C. McBride, D. 

George W. Glidewell, B. 
Auditors, John E. Finan, D. Albert Hazen, D. J. R. 

Fleming, B. 

SUSQUEHANNA. 

ProtTion'itary. Jury Commissioners. 

Kasson, B 3133 Maule. B 3200 

Eaynsford, D 231G Lonagan, D.-(^6A; 2438 

DeWitt, G6A; 266 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, J. B. McCullom, Gbk.-D. 

Sheriff, B. F. McKuno, B. 

Prothon. and Cl'k Ci'k of Ct. Q. S. Myron Kasson, B. 

Reg., Rec. and Cl'k of 0. C. H. F. Beardsley, B. 

Treasurer, A. B. Burns, B. 

District Attorney, B. L. Baldwin, B. 

Commissioners, William H. Sherwood, B. William 

P. Whitney, B. C. Delehanty, N. 
Surveyor, James W. Chapman, B. 
Superintendent of Schools, William C. Tilden, B. 
Auditors, A. C. Jameson, B, William Munger, B. A. 

Griffis, N. 
^^oroner, C. C. Halsey, B. \ 

■■■■ " i.;;^- - ■■^'■■TIOGA.\ 

Sheriff. ,. ' ' ' Jury Commissioners. 

Vandens,i^ ;.'... I." 8105 StetVell, B 3477 

Tremain, Ghk 1943 Elliott, Gbh 1881 

Fish, I^iri 1033 Towhsbury,D 1575 

Watson, D 916 | 

COUNTY OFFICeIrS. 

President Judge, Henry W. Williams, R. 

Associate Law Judge, Stephen F. Wilson, B. 

Asso. Judges, John F. Donaldson, B. M. K. Retan, B. 

Sheriff, Delos P. Walker, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. Robert C. Cox, B. 

Register and Recorder, Geo. C. Bowen, B. 

Treasurer, (;has. F. Veil, B. 

District Attorney, Horace B, Packer, B. 

Surveyor, Henry S. Archer, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, Miss Sarah J. Lewis. 

Coroner, E. C. Heggie, B. 

Commissioners, N. A. Elliott, D. James Peters, B. 

0. A. Smith, B.. 
Auditors, Vim Crandall, B. Thos. C. Wickham, R. 

Loren Sears, Gbk. 

UNION. 
Sheriff. District Attorney. 

Himmelreich, D 1071 Getz, B 1752 

Gross, i? 1273 Guyer, D 1176 

Hull,7%d 27 

Coroner. Jury Commissioners. 

Kline, B 'Al Kolly, B 1739 

Clingan, B 40 Catherman, D 1209 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Joseph C. Bucher, D. 
Asso. Judi>;es, Jacob Hummell, B. Wm. F. Wilson, B. 
Sheriff, S. H. Himmc Ireich, D. 
Prothonotary, etc. C. H. Hassenplug, B. 
Register and Recorder, Reuben Kline, R. 
Treasurer, Thomas Church, B. 
District Attorney, D. H. Getz, B. 
Surveyor, Calvin Hayes, B. 
Superintendent of Schools, A. S. Burrows, B. 
Coroner, Scott Clingan, B. 

Commissioners, Jacob Machemer, B. Samuel Mar- 
shall, B. Thomas C. Barber, D. 

VENANGO. 
District At orney. 

McGough, B 2513 Glenn, D 1957 

McCormick, Ghk 393 

Coroner. ' Jury Commissioners. 

Cox, B 2476 Hasson, I? 2543 

Snowden, D 1862 Neely, D 1765 

Johnson, Gbk 435 McComb, Gbk 456 

Diven, Pro 137 Mason, Pro 135 

" COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Charles E. Taylor, B. 

Sheriff, Christian M. Hoover, D. 

Prothonotary, etc., Isaac Reineman, B. 

Register and Jvecorder, John P. Barr, R. 

Treasurer, J. H. Davison, R. 

District Attorney, Thomas McGough, R. 

Surve^'or, William Hilands, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, S. H. Prather, B. 

Coroner, A. W. Cox, B. 

Commissioners, Hugh Craig, R. Albert Tyrell, B. 

Thomas Homan, D. 
Auditors, Alexander Gilmer, B. J. D. Ziegler, B. E. 

Hughes, D. 

WARREN. 
Sheriff. Prothonotary, etc. 

Chase, i? 2044 Weible, 22 2140 

Clinton,D 7S5B]air,D 807 

Whitney, Gbk 1462 Miller, Gbk 1328 

Coroner. Jury Commissioners. 

Siggins, i2 2026 Courson, /e 1994 

Davis, Z> 771Houser, D 737 

Lane, Gbk 1449 Gillam, Gbk 1542 

Trustee of Warren Academy. 
Verback, D 6G0 Preston, Gbk 1378 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Lansing D. Wetmore, R. 

Asso. Judges, W.W. Connely,^. Wm. B. x\cocks, B. 

Sheriff, Theodore Chase, B. 

Prothonotary, Joseph A. Weible, B. 

Register and Recorder, A. W. Jackson, D.-Ghk. 

Treasurer, T. E. Barnes, B. 

District Attorney, C. C. Thompson, B. 

Surveyor, D. F. A. Wheelock, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, N. R. Thompson, B. 

Coroner, H. K. Siggins, R. 

Commissioners, Benjamin Ellis, B. James Roy, Ghk. 

W. II. Maultbv, Gbk. 
Auditors, Critt Marsh, R. N. F. Wright, B. W. W. 

Kemble, Gbk. 

WASHINGTON. 
Sheriff. Jury Commissioners. 

Hart. 7? 4963 Webster, B 4S22 

Perritte, D 51C5 McKeag, D 4726 

Ford, Gbk 132 Green, Gbk 441 

Director of the Poor. 

Sloan, B 5282 Baker, D 4739 

Rankin, Gbk 259 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, George S. Hart, D. 
Sheriff. George Perritte, D. 
I*rothonotary, William A. Barr, D. 
Register, William II. Underwood, B. 



Recorder, Workman Hughes, Jr. R. 

Cl'k of Orphans' Ct. & Cl'k of Sess. B. F. Hasson, B. 

Treasurer, Socrates C. McGregor, E. 

District Attorney, John Add. Mclvaine, R. 

Surveyor, James H. Brown, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, J. B. K. McCollum, R. 

Coroner, Samuel Harshman, i?. 

Commissioners, M, M. Brockman, R. Samuel Haw- 
kins, R. Elijah T. Townsend. D. 

Auditors, Joel Truesdall, R. Lesage Crumrine, D. 
Joseph Lijiton, R. 

WAYNE. 
Sh.e7-iff. Jury Commissioners. 

Atkinson, A' 2742 0\\er, R.-T 1735 

Medland,i).-(;6/j 1102 Connor,D 1622 

Mumfoid, T 492 Sands, Gbk 189 

Dorin, Ind.-R 62 Lee, i? 812 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Charles P. Waller, i?. 

Asso, Judges, Otis Avery, Ind.-R. Giles Greene, R. 

Sheriff, Joseph Atkinson, R. 

Prothonotary, etc. Charles Menner, D. 

Register and Recorder, Francis West, E. 

Treasurer, Godfrey Stevenson, D. 

District Attorney, E. C. Mumford, R. 

Surveyor, Lewis S. Collins, D. 

Superintendent of Schools, H. B. Larrabee, R, 

Coroner, Elkanah Patmor, D. 

Commissioners, William Holbert, GhJc.-R. William 

Hartwell, D. John Reifler, R. 
Auditors, Phineas G. Goodrich, R. Albert R. Peck, B. 

H. A. Lancaster, R. 

WESTMORELAND. 

Judge. 

Hunter, R 6111 Stewart, Z> 5046 

Director of the Poor. ProfhonotarT/. 

Rankin, R 4997 Zimmerman, i? 4096 

Freeman, D 5469 Hasson, D 6287 

Seanor, Ghk 825 Faulk, Gbk 888 

Jury Commissioners. Clerk of Courts. 

Long, R 5045 Black, i?.....* 4946 

Chambers, B 5488 Bell, B 5564 

Cochran, Ghk 798 Anderson, Ghk 815 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, James A. Hunter, R. 

Sheriff, James Borlin, B. 

Prothonotary, Hernias P. Hasson, B. 

Register and Recorder, James Dennison, B. 

Crk of Ct.Q. Sess. and Cl'k of 0. C. John R. Bell, B. 



Treasurer, J. J, Wirsing, B. 
District Attorney, Silas A. Kline, B. 
Commissioners, John H. Townsend, B. Henry Keely, 

D. William Taylor, Zi?. 
Surveyor, D, S. Ferguson, B. 
Auditors, David Hannan, D. D. E. Albert, B. S. G. 

Thompson, R. 
Coroner, Lorenz Winsheimer, B. 

WYOMING. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Thomas G. Ingham, R. 

Asso. Judges, Jas. Phoenix, B. Paul Billings, B. 

Sheriff, George L. Kennard, B. 

Prothonotary, etc. Ziba Lott, R. 

Register and Recorder, J. R. Mahon, B. 

Treasurer, Patrick Stafford, B. 

District Attorney, C. 0. Dershimer, B. 

Surveyor, George W. Cook, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, Charles Lee, B. 

Coroner, Thomas P. Hitchcock, B. 

Commissioners, J. C. Herman, B. William Sickler, 

B. Asa H. Frear, R. 
Auditors, William Mileham, B. II. N. Sickler, D. 

Alvah Fassett, R. 

YORK. 

Commissioners' Clerk. 

Ramsey, D 4032 Metzgar, i? 4342 

Puckin g, /nd-D 1724 

Director of the Poor. Jury Commissioners. 

Gilberstrap, D 5711 Carman,!) 5744 

Beck, B 4439 Hannigan, J? 4457 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

President Judge, Robert J. Fisher, B. 

Associate Law Judge, Pere L. Wickes, B. 

Sheriff, James Peeling, B. 

Prothonotary, Samuel B. Heiges, B. 

Register, John S. Heistand, B, 

Recorder, Jacob Lanius, B. 

Cl'k of 0. Ct and Cl'k of S. W. A. Thompson, B. 

Treasurer, Adam F. Geesey, B. 

District Attorney, John W. Heller, B. 

Surveyor, William L. Keech, B. 

Superintendent of Schools, David G. Williams, B. 

Coroner, John Ahl, B. 

Commissioners, Jacob H. Lamott, B. Michael Kline- 

dinst, B. John E. Board, R. 
Auditors, Henry J. Deitch, D. Thomas Brubaker, B. 

J. W. Lamison, R. 



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except book manuscript and corrected proofs passing 
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On local or drop letters, at offices where free deliv- 
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STATE EliECTIOX KETURl^fS. 



B. 

Autauga 1576 

Baker 

Baldwin 662 

Barbour 162 

Bibb. 333 

Blount 347 

Bullock 959 

Butler 1005 

Calhoun 421 

Chambers 1053 

Cherokee 293 

Chilton 151 

Choctaw 693 

Clarke 1120 

Clay 186 

Cleburne 219 

Coffee 25 

Colbert 778 

Conecuh 777 

Coosa 733 

Covington 31 

Crensaw 174 

Dale 269 

Dallas 3930 

D^Kalb 477 

Elmore 1249 

Escambia 198 

Etowah 273 

Fayette 267 

Franklin 136 

Greene 2686 

Geneva 2 

Hale 2388 

Henry 434 

Jaskson 694 

Jefferson 689 

Lauderdale 1044 

Limestone 1343 

Lawrence 1484 

Lee 1105 

Lowndes 4152 

Macon 881 

Madison 2777 

Marengo 1982 

Marion Ill 

Marshall 167 

Mobile 4272 



Alabama. 

PRESIDENT. 1876. GOVERNOR,* 1876. 

Hayes,Tilden,Woodruff,Houston 



Monroe . 
Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Perry 

Pickens 

Pike , 

Randolph 

Russell 

Sanford, 

Shelby 

St. Clair , 

Sumter 

Talladega , 

Tallapoosa...,., 

Tuscaloosa 

Walker 

Washington.., 

Wilcox , 

Winston 



606 
6259 

773 

3528 

48 

464 

865 
1022 

198 

770 

435 
1370 

309 

711 

988 

605 

96 

3599 ' 

454 



D. 

804 

789 
3594 

890 
1402 
1567 
1956 
2040 
2282 
1662 

728 
1209 
1406 
1188 
1052 

835 
1382 
1169 
1347 

820 
1427 
1143 
1609 

987 
1399 

784 
1198 

935 

781 
1055 

408 
2177 
1587 
2689 
2102 
1720 
1684 
1659 
2885 
1309 
1493 
3423 
2755 

733 
1067 
5330 
1532 
2381 
1432 
1467 
2158 
2111 
1179 
2051 
1201 
1475 
1134 
2234 
2014 
2S92 
2184 

799 

553 
1490 

237 



B. 
1221 

244 
171 
232 
129 
592 
935 
296 
690 
42 
66 

214 
201 
282 
18 
1080 
656 
741 

150 
367 

6300 
373 

1153 
133 
310 
135 
135 

1008 
1 

1467 
225 
773 
368 

1033 

1293 

1586 
942 

3491 
509 

3036 

1302 

60 

111 

3071 
438 

4694 
597 

1986 
70 
322 
872 
505 
92 
655 
414 

1141 

1571 
437 
716 
653 

3586 
400 



D. 
774 

657 

3270 

811 

1610 

2919 

1873 

2062 

2117 

1464 

1075 

1066 

1042 

1142 

781 

686 

13:)7 

1142 

1330 

731 

1290 

1343 

1613 

1009 

1401 

638 

1336 

925 

984 

521 

382 

2220 

1676 

2426 

1845 

1495 

1687 

1609 

2087 

1090 

1582 

3225 

2591 

879 

1126 

5138 

1436 

2315 

1359 

1203 

2007 

1934 

1191 

1943 

1191 

1456 

1215 

1219 

1942 

2309 

1920 

837 

500 

1483 

296 



Total vote for President, 171,697; Tilden, over 
Hayes, 34.281. Total vote for Governor, 156,928; 
Houston over Woodruff, 44,746. 

VOTE OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 



Lem. h'ep. 

1872 President 79444 90272 

1874 Governor 107118 93928 

1876 Governor 100837 66091 

1876 President 102989 68708 

1878 Governor 89571 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 



Dist. 

I 

II 

III 

IV 

V 

YI 

VII 

VIII 



2941 
6505 



Dem. Ind.-Dem.Bep. GbJc. 
6577 
8364 

6199 676 135 
8514 

6537 2734 

7652 
2653 
8279 



Maf. 
10828 B 
13190 D 
44746 B 
34281 D 
89571 D 

Moj. 
3636 D 
1859 D 
6388 D 



6545 1959 i> 

3803 D 
4452 D 
2559 D 
2044 J.-D 



3200 

94 

10323 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, R. W. Cobb ; Secretary of State, W. W. 
Screws; Treasurer, I. H. Vincent; Attorney Gene- 
ral, H. C. Tompkins; Auditor, Willis Brewer; Super- 
intendent of Education, L. F. Box — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. Hotise. Total 

Democrats 31 91 122 

Republicans 2 9 11 



Democratic maj.. 



29 



82 



111 



Arkansas. 



GOVERNOR 

Bishop, 
B. 



Arkansas 664 

Ashley 680 

Baxter 58 

Benton 243 

Bradley 174 

Boone 237 

Calhoun 119 

Carroll 318 

Chicot 1690 

Clark 602 

Clay 15 

Columbia 661 

Conway 624 

Craighead 42 

Crawford 888 

Crittenden 1168 

Cross 252 

Dallas 165 

Desha 872 

Dorsey 237 

Drew 772 

Faulkner 136 

'Franklin 252 

Fulton 

I Garland 478 

I Grant 85 

Greene 

Hempstead 1328 



1876. PRESIDENT,1876. 

Miller,Hayes,Tilden, 
D. R. D. 



Total 68708 102989 66U91 100837 



* State officers were elected in 1878, but there -was no * State officers were elected in 1878, but there was no con- 

oppcsition to the Democratic ticket. test, the Republicans having no ticket. 



Hot Springs- 
Howard 

Independence.. 

Izard 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lafayette 



164 
367 
441 
26 
315 
3556 
219 
686 



921 

863 

650 

2302 

624 

1386 

537 

807 

392 

1301 

720 

1268 

761 

851 

1276 

323 

679 

581 

380 

783 

1208 

1076 

1485 

619 

875 

614 

1019 

1717 

698 

856 

1737 

1369 

1390 

1002 

1128 

281 



737 
665 

69 
376 
218 
209 
290 
324 
1512 
796 

26 
725 
656 

67 
663 
1059 
247 
231 
675 
287 
715 
166 
273 

57 
479 

83 

1355 
131 

222 
436 
154 
378 
3123 
191 
681 



931 

907 
373 

1918 

1008 
574 
459 
642 
488 

1357 
499 

1275 
772 
483 
957 
277 
444 
668 
206 
804 

1096 
754 

nil 

324 
724 
372 
670 

1567 
387 
790 

1306 
914 
967 
894 

1009 
389 



Lawrence 

Lee 

Lincoln 

Little Hi ver... 

Logan 

Lonoke 

Madison 

Marion 

Miller 

Mississippi .... 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 

Nevada 

Newton "-• 

Ouachita , 

Perry 

Phillips 

Pike 

Poinsett 

Polk 

Pope 

Prairie 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

St. Francis 

Saline 

Sarber 

Scott 

Searcy 

Sebastian 

Sevier 

Sharp 

Stone 

Union 

Van Bur en.... 
Washington... 

White 

Woodruff 

Yell 



Bishop. 




715 

286 
632 
360 



60-i 

229 
14U3 

605 
' 654 

341 
1092 

'528 
1885 
ia90 

^5 

975 



Total 37306 71298 380G9 58083 

Total vote for President, 90, 663; Tilden over Hayes, 
19,414; Greenback vote, 211. Total vote for Gover- 
nor, 108,604 * Miller over Bishop, 33,992. 

Y0TE3 OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bej). Maj. 

1872 President 37927 41073 3146 B 

1874 Governor 70871 76371 i» 

1874 Congress 42671 22S08 19SG3 i> 

1876 Governor 71208 37306 33992 i> 

1876 President 58083 38669 19414 D 

1878 Governor 88792 88792 i) 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

I>i.s^. Dem.Ind.Dem.GbJc. Maj. 

1 8863 8863 i) 

II 11226 8399 2827 D 

Iir 7202 6868 334 Z» 

IV 5361 2639 969 2722 X> 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, William R. Miller; Secretary of State, 
Jacob Frolich ; Auditor, John Crawford; Treasurer, 
Thomas J. Churchill; Attorney General, W. F. Hen- 
derson ; Laud Commissioner, 1). W. Lear ; Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction, J. L. Denton — all 
Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 



Democrats 

Republicans.... 
Greenbackers . 



Senate. House. Total 

29 81 110 

...14 5 

3 7 10 



Democratic maj.. 



25 



70 



95 



California. 

PRESIDENT, '76. GOVERNOR,* '75. 

Haye8,Tilden,Phelps,Irwin,Bid- 

B. D. B. D. well.I. 

Alameda 4949 3348 1956 2483 895 

Alpine 110 65 51 80 87 

Amador 1172 1315 638 1150 393 

Butte 1665 1635 318 1375 1146 

Calaveras 886 936 522 903 402 

Colusa 766 1469 68 1275 648 

Contra Costa 1184 838 765 699 396 

Del Norte 186 228 48 236 136 

El Dorado. 1331 1441 740 1238 556 

Fresno 338 958 49 661 197 

Humboldt 1637 1127 951 714 272 

Inyo 343 375 179 359 248 

Kern 656 844 138 694 376 

Lake 389 703 82 663 211 

Lassen 256 227 134 199 200 

Los Angeles 3042 3616 607 2298 1543 

Marin 651 619 310 471 298 

Mariposa 365 554 68 484 412 

Mendocino 929 1283 104 1071 481 

Merced 658 804 172 685 397 

Modoc 208 322 7 336 284 

Mono 153 125 37 80 133 

Monterey 1183 1012 736 886 441 

Napa 1153 905 629 989 248 

Nevada 2300 1905 1067 1664 990 

Placer 1610 1278 1065 881 -606 

Plumas 684 502 230 650 425 

Sacramento 3839 2485 1483 2301 1649 

San Benito 435 664 185 643 199 

San Bernardo 674 607 209 729 427 

San Diego 794 668 693 755 252 

San Francisco 21172 20399 5179 14198 6080 

San Joaquin 2272 1850 1805 1440 449 

San Luis Obispo 772 944 199 756 596 

San Mateo 871 696 828 623 141 

Santa Barbara .1174 744 409 798 641 

Santa Clara 3336 3065 2695 2635 733 

Santa Cruz. 1537 1132 645 834 578 

Shasta ^625 641 288 614 296 

Sierra 917 -511 348 470 619 

Siskiyou 718 861 490 1886 154 

Solano 1952 17o3' 1391 2480 632 

Sonoma 2432 2907 . 736 • 2106 737 

Stanislaus 802 1097 382 788 137 

Sutter 650 653 184 655 490 

Tehama 646 675 404 699 136 

Trinity 388 408 334 400 75 

Tulare 986 1370 285 846 434 

Tuolumne 809 917 601 931 322 

Ventura 608 691 120 414 413 

Yolo 1233 1309 136 1169 880 

Yuba 1251 1076 577 865 652 

Total 79269 76464 31322 61509 20752 

Total vote for President, including 44 Greenback, 
155,777 ; Hayes over Tilden, 2,805. Total vote- for 
Governor, 122,583 ; Irwin over Phelps, 30.187 ; over 
both, 435. 

VOTES or THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Lem. Bep. Ind. Maj. 

1872 President 40718 64020 1068 13302 7? 

1873 Supreme Court. 19247 13841 24554 6207 / 
1875 Sup. Pub. In.... 39630 45257 6627 J? 

1875 Governor 61509 31322 29752 30187 D 

1876 President 76464 79269 44 2805 iil 

1879 Governor 47647 67965 44482 20318 i? 



* An election for GoveTTior and other State oflRcers was 
held in September, 1879, but the returns bj counties have 
not come to hand. 



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59 

THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



VOTES FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1879. 

Disl. Rep. Bern. WorJcinr/men. 3Iaj. 

1 20074 2940 18448 1620 E 

II 19386 12847 5139 6539 7? 

Ill 19830 20019' 189 D 

IV 15385 12109 10528 3276 jB 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, G. C. Perkins ; Lieutenant Governor, J. 
Mansfield; Secretary of State, D. M. Burns; Con- 
troller, D. N. Kentfield ; Treasurer, J. Weil ; Attor- 
ney General, A. L. Hart ; Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, F. M. Campbell — all Eepublicaus. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats... 

Republicans 

Workingmen ... ' * ... 

Democratic maj 

Colorado. 

GOVERNOR, 1878. GOVERNOR, 1876. 

Pitkin. Love- Buck- Eoutt,Hughe3 

A*. land,i>.liam,G'6/c. i^. D. 

Arapahoe 2218 1450 328 2173 1795 

Bent 193 221 6 250 439 

Boulder 988 627 654 1539 1096 

Carter 239 218 19 

Clear Creek 1062 814 269 1072 1031 

Conejos. 400 478 14 341 218 

Costilla 339 244 ... 351 173 

Doui^lass 259 205 30 282 333 

Elbert 153 160 21 84 117 

El Paso 884 340 22 713 397 

Fremont 339 222 82 522 531 

Gilpin 1037 633 280 1005 763 

Grand 33 42 1 73 147 

Gunnison 88 49 

Hinsdale 319 283 56 420 382 

Huerfano 438 496 4 410 614 

Jefferson 425 614 210 537 596 

Lake 977 953 169 229 234 

La Plata 142 137 ... 50 108 

Larimer 362 354 133 374 300 

Las Animas 641 977 32 669 1271 

Ouray 413 258 31 

Park 311 242 7 465 423 

Pueblo 507 584 21 543 739 

Rio Grande 255 151 3 364 362 

Routt 21 29 

Saguache 235 154 2 306 189 

San Juan 308 239 47 393 410 

Summit 191 106 10 201 185 

Weld , 618 291 309 788 463 

Total 14396 11573 2755 14154 13316 

Total vote in 1878, 28,724 ; Pitkin over Loveland, 

2,823. Total vote in 1876, 27,470; Routt over 

Hughes, 838. 

VOTES or THE STATE AND TERRITORY SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Rep. ' Maj. 

1872 Congress 6260 7696 1336 i? 

1874 Congress 9333 7170 2163 1) 

1876 Congress 12310 33308 998 i? 

1876 Governor 13316 14154 S3S R 

Dem. Rep. Ghk. Maj. 

1878 Governor 11573 14396 2755 2823 J2 

1878 Congress 12003 14294 2329 2291 R 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, F. W. Pitkin; Lieutenant Governor, H. 
A. W. Tabor; Secretary of State, N. H. Meldrum ; 
Treasurer, W. S. Culver; Auditor, E. K. Slimpson ; 
Attorney General, Charles W. Wright ; Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction, Jos. C. Shattuck — all Re- 
publicans. 



PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 19 36 55 

Democrats 7 11 18 

Greenbackers ....^, 2 2 



Republican maj.. 



12 23 35 



Connecticut. 

GOVERNOR, 1878. PRESIDENT, 1876. 

AndrewsHubbardAtwaterHayesTilden 

R. D. Ghk. R. D. 

Hartford 10550 10598 1449 12311 13537 

New Haven 10603 10502 3309 13880 15629 

Lew London.... 5590 4239 1185 7173 6620 

Fairfield 8803 8241 1436 10210 11410 

Windham 3291 2316 265 4324 2822 

Litchfield 4639 5316 361 5237 5921 

Middlesex 3117 2967 219 3805 3657 

Tolland 2274 2206 30 2734 2338 



Total 48867 46385 8314 59034 61934 

Total vote for President, including 774 for Cooper, 
121,782; Tilden over Hayes, 2,9U0. Total vote, 1878, 
for Governor, including 1,079 Prohibition and 96 
scattering, 104,741 ; Andrews over Hubbard, 2,482. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Rep. Temp. GhJc. Maj. 

1872 President... 45894 50318 206 4218 i? 

1873 Governor... 45059 39245 2541 3273 D 

1874 Governor... 46755 39973 4960 1809 1) 

1875 Governor... 53752 44272 2942 6538 D 

1876 President... 61934 59034 378 2900 D 

1878 Governor... 46385 48867 1079 8314 2482 R 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dist. Rep. Dem. Ghlc. Maj. 

1 14187 11900 997 2287 B 

II 14231 16504 294 2273 1) 

III 9236 7571 375 1665 i2 

IV 14109 12930 1848 1179 72 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Charles B. Andrews ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, David Gallup ; Secretary of State, David Tor- 
rance ; Treasurer, Talmfidge Baker ; Comi3troller, 
Chauncey Howard — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATXTRE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 16 163 179 

Democrats 5 82 87 

Greenbacker 1 1 



11 



80 



91 



Republican maj 

Delaware. 

GOVERNOR, 1878.PRESIDENT,1876. 

Hale,Stewart,Hayes Tilden 
D. Nat. R. ' D. 

Kent 2208 33 1935 3278 

Newcastle 6030 675 6054 6613 

Sussex 3492 2127 2703 3490 

Total 10730 2835 10752 13381 

Total vote for President, 24,133; Tilden over 

Hayes, 2,629. Total vote for Governor, 13,565 ; Hall 

over Stewart, 7,895. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

De7n. Rep. Others. Maj. 

1872 President 10205 11115 487 423 R 

1874 Governor 12488 11259 1229 D 

1876 Congress 13169 

1876 President 13379 

1878 Governor 10730 

1878 Congress 10576 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, John W. Hall ; Secretary of State, James 
L. Wolcott ; Attorney General, George Gray ; State 



10592 238 2339 D 

10691 2688 D 

2835 7895 D 

2966 7610 D 



Treasurer, Eobt. J. Rej^nolds; Auditor, John F. 
Staats ; Superintendent of Schools, James H. Groves 
— all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Ser^te. House, Total 

Democrats 9 21 30 

Republicans 

Democratic maj 9 21 30 

Florida. 

There has been no ,c;eneral election in Florida since 
1876, when the vote for both Governor and President 
was manipulated by the Board of Canvassers, who 
threw out precinct and county returns, and declared 
the state lor Hayes and Stearns — for the former by 
926, and for the latter by 458. The following tables 
contain the actual figures as shown by the returns, the 
results which the Democratic counsel claimed upon 
a propter declaration of the returns, and the results 
after the action of the canvassers : 

RET. BOARD 
ACTUAL VOTE. DEM. COUNT. COUNT. 

Tilden,Hayes,Tilden,Hayes,Tildeu,Hayes 

1>. H. D. E. D. li. 

Alachua 1254 1980 1272 1763 1254 1980 

Baker 238 143 238 143 238 143 

Bradford 703 202 703 202 703 202 

Brevard Ill 58 111 58 111 58 

Calhoun 215 64 215 63 215 64 

Columbia 903 718 903 718 903 718 

Clay 311 126 315 128 311 126 

Duval 1437 2367 1437 2367 

Escambia H26 1602 1426 1602 1426 1602 

Franklin 157 91 167 91 157 91 

Gadsden 835 1300 835 1300 835 1300 

Hamilton 617 330 617 330 211 97 

Hernando 574 144 679 144 574 144 

Hillsboro' 790 186 790 186 790 186 

Holmes 300 16 300 16 300 16 

Jackson 1397 1299 1397 1299 961 1178 

Jefferson 736 2600 737 2660 736 2600 

Lafayette 309 02 309 62 309 62 

Leon 1003 303:3«1003 3035 1003 3033 

Levy 488 207 487 207 488 207 

Liberty 147 83 147 83 147 83 

Madison 1()78 1534 1078 1534 1078 1524 

Manatee 262 26 262 26 

Marion 958 1552 958 1552 958 1552 

Monroe 1047 980 1047 980 646 921 

Nassau.... 667 802 6u7 802 667 802 

Orange 901 208 908 208 901 208 

Putnam 456 6 456 6 605 586 

Polk 605 586 605 586 456 6 

Santa Rosa.... 768 409 768 409 768 409 

Sumter 506 173 506 173 506 173 

St. Johns 501 338 501 338 601 338 

Suwannee 626 458 626 458 626 458 

Taylor 242 73 242 73 242 73 

Yolusia 459 186 460 186 459 186 

Wakulla 361 182 361 182 361 182 

Walton 628 46 626 46 628 46 

Washington... 407 119 407 119 407 119 

Dade 5 9 5 9 5 9 

Total 24428 24298 23034 21777 22923 23849 

Maj 130 1257 926 

In the confusion the Supreme Court was appealed 
to, and it ordered a re-count. On December 27 ih, the 
Canvassers certified the following figures on State 
ofiicers to the Supreme Court : Governor, Stearns, R.^ 
23,984; Drew, !>., 24,179; Drew's majority, 195. 
Lieutenant Governor, Montgomery, J?., 23,895 ; Hull, 
J>., 24,243; Hull's majority, 348. The inauguration 
of the Democratic officers followed the announcement 
of this result. The Board refused to obey the order 



of the Court to canvass the returns for electors, and 
was afterward directed, by legislative enactment, to 
canvass the returns for electors, in accordance with 
the Supreme Court decision. This was done, afte, 
much protesting, giving the State to the Tildei. 
electors by 94 majority. Governor Drew certified 
accordingly to the presiding oificer of the United 
States Senate, but the Electoral Commission declin( d 
to go back of the certificate of Governor Stearns, and 
the State was counted for Hayes. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bern. Hep. Maj. 

1872 Governor 16004 17603 1599 B 

1872 President 15428 17765 2337 B 

1874 Congress 17555 18600 1054 B 

1876 Governor 24179 23984 195 D 

1876. President 24434 23340 94 D 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Bist. Bern. Bejp. Maj. 

I 11532 8301 3231 D 

II 9639 9626 13 D 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, G. W. Drew ; Lieutenant Governor, 
Noble A. Hull ; Secretary of State, W. D. Bloxham ; 
Attorney General, George P. Raney; Comptroller, 
Columbus Drew ; Treasurer, Walter Gwynn ; Com- 
missioner of Lands, Hugh A. Coriey ; Adjutant Gen- 
eral, J. J. Dickinson — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House, Total 

Democrats 26 54 80 

Republicans 6 22 28 

Democratic maj.... 20 32 52 

Georgia. 

PRESIDENT, GOVERNOR, PRESIDENT, 

1876. 1876. 1872. 

Nor- Col- Gree- 

Hayes,Tilden,cross, quitt. Grant, ley, 

B. B. R. B, B. B. 

Appling 132 413 77 577 9 138 

Baker 209 8l6 20 190 202 626 

Baldwin 50 885 300 1233 328 942 

Banks 63 614 28 727 66 244 

Bartow 892 2447 615 1972 693 1186 

Berrien 35 896 22 782 ... 452 

Bibb 1281 3417 806 1718 2388 2776 

Brooks 774 1011 632 888 711 712 

Bryan 278 352 319 367 272 200 

Bullock 1006 ... 1025 ... 663 

Burke 208 1021 104 46 1086 1061 

Butts 307 744 251 630 356 302 

Calhoun 556 620 451 700 735 649 

Camden 458 282 80 157 414 174 

Campbell 369 858 316 901 547 656 

Carroll 320 1756 91 467 431 859 

Catoosa Ill 688 12 749 163 217 

Charlton 253 34 286 148 52 

Chatham 1552 2222 334 1263 2335 3282 

Chattahoochee. 188 638 250 699 312 388 

Chatooga 231 1155 58 896 191 403 

Cherokee 112 1705 72 1464 113 578 

Clarke 1147 1193 500 728 1193 1086 

Clay 352 742 276 619 431 301 

Clayton 389 888 307 707 355 282 

Clinch 116 649 74 643 26 291 

Cobb 753 2456 256 1342 596 1105 

Coffee 18 370 9 489 11 55 

Columbia 626 1 268 16 304 

Colquitt 36 217 52 225 50 60 

Coweta 1233 1501 760 1300 1671 1304 

Crawford 95 1099 123 479 486 626 

Dade 22 494 3 638 ... 269 

Dawson 137 420 164 618 208 178 



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6i 



THE TIMES ALMANAC—PHILADELPHIA. 



Hayes. 

Decatur 1601 

De Kalb 416 

Dodge 170 

Dooly 294 

Dougherty 414 

Douglas 152 

Early 96 

Echols 22 

Effingham 137 

Elbert 

Emanual 109 

Funnin 180 

Fayette 426 

Floyd.. 1226 

Forsyth 101 

Franklin 8 

Fulton 2279 

Gilmer 164 

Glascock 27 

Glynn 577 

Gordon 177 

Greene 100 

Gwinnett.. 168 

Habersham 37 

Hall 165 

Hancock 367 

Haralson 34 

Harris 898 

Hart 105 

Heard 268 

Henry 912 

Houston..., 1881 

Irwin 

Jackson 437 

Jasper 362 

Jefierson 756 

Johnson 80 

Jones 520 

Laurens 256 

Lee 726 

Liberty 731 

Lincoln 

Lowndes 586 

Lumpkin 28 

Macon 702 

Madison 

Marion 338 

McDuffie 4 

Mcintosh 670 

Merriwether.... 714 

Miller 61 

Milton 16 

Mitchell 541 

Monroe 1023 

Montgomery ... 15 

Morgan 341 

Murray 75 

Muscogee 404 

Newton 942 

Oconee 311 

Oglethorpe 230 

Paulding 193 

Pickens 199 

Pierce 268 

Pike 683 

Polk 530 

Pulaski 192 

Putnam ' 40 

Quitman 48 

Eabun 

Randolph 666 

Richmond 1030 

Rockdale 286 

Schley 289 



Nor- 
Tilden. cross. 

1475 1521 

1397 196 
456 1 

1460 173 
528 1058 
610 104 
637 300 
185 40 
632 159 
871 108 
759 173 
286 165 
668 311 

2316 624 



921 

982 



66 
122 



4239 975 

661 143 

375 26 

277 332 

1800 26 

1100 610 

1595 22 

1027 47 

943 106 

925 376 

507 79 

1246 428 

763 146 

738 8 

1212 180 

2146 496 

365 1 

1426 369 

842 534 

969 1 

368 120 

770 126 

776 180 

399 887 

507 728 

546 

857 493 

566 37 

952 328 

599 95 

581 177 
660 

310 321 

1397 334 
366 

710 21 

624 640 

1887 865 



822 454 

1036 2 

1828 341 

1101 892 

412 352 

956 286 

1083 194 

373 271 

332 220 

1553 530 

1142 236 

1354 16 

910 

464 72 

482 1 

1398 429 

2427 751 



743 164 
400 219 



Col- Gree- 

qnitt. Grant, ley, 

1317 1428 867 

133 423 749 

705 9 147 

913 97 300 

730 1252 943 

645 184 241 

577 364 437 

320 45 75 

486 207 263 

1228 130 361 

982 ... 333 

481 316 151 

748 383 272 

1425 901 1227 

997 139 285 

1096 3 481 

2636 2834 1801 

675 300 214 

388 16 296 

145 561 240 

1384 194 667 

1493 1245 498 

1603 197 813 

1163 42 187 

1424 171 645 

777 467 633 

374 121 114 

988 1203 1032 

829 282 323 
341 332 540 
730 605 663 

2502 2299 996 

338 17 119 

1368 290 677 

1101 35 416 

840 326 624 

535 ... • 347 

597 321 839 

620 629 

214 433 269 

593 599 204 

283 ... 286 

762 625 614 

755 113 176 

852 919 683 

687 77 186 

792 223 405 

294 6 322 

278 544 188 

1271 9C5 877 

461 76 178 

795 36 209 

712 529 511 

1757 840 1447 

649 ... 195 

1062 742 641 

665 121 370 

1008 1207 1313 

962 870 558 
474Newcounty 

969 417 448 

830 176 247 
517 349 217 
427 149 163 

1158 807 645 

792 514 397 

816 251 397 

... 565 547 

309 262 817 

531 6 177 

1243 851 920 

2134 2327 2763 

772 286 348 

4:32 244 262 



Hayes, 

Screven 194 

Spalding 610 

Stewart 309 

Sumter 845 

Talbot 626 

Taliaferro 213 

Tattnall 55 

Taylor 420 

Telfair 37 

Terrell 361 

Thomas 1215 

Towns 138 

Troup 357 

Twiggs 467 

Union 83 

Upson 749 

Walker 396 

Walton 2 

Ware 232 

Warren 360 

Washington 405 

Wayne 166 

Webster 305 

White 26 

Whitfield 405 

Wilcox 26 

Wilkes 2 

Wilkinson 107 

Worth 179 



Kor- 
•Tilden. cross. 
1000 150 
1100 464 
924 
1670 588 
984 133 
454 179 
690 124 
702 312 



438 
856 



.144 



1590 1404 

296 115 

2007 199 
488 

648 20 

1105 491 

1206 144 

1393 

395 128 

723 292 

884 931 



50 



646 

467 

467 33 
1367 281 

335 20 
1139 
1154 ... 

629 186 



Col- Gree- 

quitt. Grant, ley, 

963 205 653 

1028 1219 811 

701 688 943 

1041 1529 912 

623 794 677 

438 175 104 

747 61 346 

659 376 672 

643 ... 228 

700 479 873 

1595 1645 843 

331 133 175 

1023 831 1215 

277 664 307 

807 162 258 

1049 781 898 

1119 324 432 

696 375 727 

339 116 130 

671 401 491 

1627 437 1255 

562 59 ]38 

355 292 346 

720 60 334 

1191 396 601 

436 48 145 

793 142 692 

675 105 968 

665 123 251 



Total 60538 138756 34529 110617 62715 70278 

Total vote in 1876 for President, 189,294 ; Tilden 
over Hayes, 88,218. Total vote for Governor, 145,- 
176 ; Colquitt over Norcross, 76,088. Total vote in 
1872 for President, 142,993; Greeley over Grant, 
13.663 • O'Connor's vote, 4,000. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Rep. Maj. 

1872 Governor 103529 

1872 President 76278 

1874 Congress 93347 

1876 President 138756 

1876 Governor 110617 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dcm. Ind.Dem.Eep. Gbk. 



46(343 O'Conner 56886 D 

62715 4000 13563 D 

33161 

60538 

34529 



60180 D 
88218 D 
76088 D 



List. 

1 8477 

II 8126 

Ill 2628 

IV 10101 13336 

V 10209 

VI 3192 

VII 12965 14315 

VIII 3355 58 

IX 10073 



3643 



6031 



8196 



Maj. 
3446 D 
4483 D 
2028 D 
3235 L-D 
2073 D 
3192 B 
13r.O L-B 
3297 B 

222 L-B 



10897 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Alfred II. Colquitt ; Secretary of State, 
N. C. Barnett , Comptroller General, Wm, A. Wright ; 
Treasurer, J. W. Eenfroe; Attorney General, R. K. 
Ely; Superintendent of Schools, G. J. Orr — all Dem- 
ocrats 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Seriate. House. Total 

Democrats 44 170 214 

Republicans 5 6 



Democratic maj.. 



44 



165 



209 



Illinois. 

TREASURER, 1878. PRESIDENT. '76. 

Smith,Cronkrite,Bates,Hayes,Tilden 
It. B. Gbk. 11. B. 

Adams 2991 4045 793 4953 6308 

Alexander 1020 970 68 1219 1387 

Bond 1249 916 329 1620 1142 



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Smith. Cronkrite. Bates, 

Boone. 1508 *243 180 

Brown 516 1026 661 

Bureau 2734 692 1487 

Calhoun 237 627 147 

Carroll 1475 397 341 

Cass 834 1280 639 

Champaign..... . 3371 2127 1486 

Christian 1549 2207 594 

Clark 1399 1558 627 

Clay 1204 1322 195 

Clinton 1030 1555 178 

Coles 2301 2360 425 

Cook 27931 17077 4447 

Crawford 968 1298 220 

Cumberland 909 1020 315 

DeKalb 2377 651 698 

De Witt 1567 1067 662 

Douglas 1527 1441 144 

Du Page 1648 647 226 

Edgar 2277 2640 346 

Edwards 904 488 35 

Effingham 859 1551 84 

Fayette 1571 1932 396 

Ford 1267 340 957 

Franklin 706 963 376 

Fulton 3087 3462 804 

Gallatin 744 1217 35 

Greene 897 1724 149 

Grundv 1596 193 1155 

Hamilton 265 1032 826 

Hancock 2786 3426 645 

Hardin 252 642 

Henderson 1112 698 388 

Henry 3003 713 1816 

Iroquois 24-13 695 2042 

Jackson 1508 1521 683 

Jasper 805 1320 106 

Jefferson 816 1277 672 

Jersey 674 1558 540 

Jo Daviess 2423 1183 633 

Johnson 1105 755 359 

Kane 4084 1338 1232 

Kankakee 1729 800 388 

Kendall 1513 153 653 

Knox 3189 1366 1148 

Lake 2004 1045 234 

La Salle 4357 2617 2627 

Lawrence 1109 1171 109 

Lee 1978 783 921 

Livingston 2734 589 25:^3 

Logan 2346 2197 381 

Macon 2020 1885 499 

Macoupin 2715 3218 340 

Madison 3436 3459 641 

Marion 1408 1818 669 

Marshall 1373 1109 258 

Mason 989 1273 450 

Massac 1070 752 104 

McDonough 2557 2528 884 

McHenry 2151 919 742 

McLean 6166 3210 1G57 

Menard 701 1049 737 

]\lercer 1873 867 861 

Monroe 738 1850 65 

Montgomery 1561 2245 644 

Morgan 2491 2744 738 

Moultrie 771 1038 211 

Ogle 2325 1470 737 

Peoria 3769 4048 1089 

Perry 1256 1254 239 

Piatt 1349 1105 267 

Pike 1949 2871 853 

Pope 1254 847 109 

Pulaski 944 573 156 

Putnam 471 225 146 



Ilayes.Tilden | 


1965 


363 


944 


1495 


3719 


2218 


441 


900 


2231 


938 


1209 


1618 


4530 


3103 


2501 


3287 


1814 


2197 


1416 


1541 


1329 


1989 


2957 


2S22 


36898 


39302 


1355 


1643 


1145 


1407 


3679 


1413 


1928 


1174 


1631 


1357 


2129 


1276 


2715 


2883 


970 


466 


1145 


2205 


1881 


2421 


1601 


742 


966 


1302 


4187 


4609 


703 


1140 


1695 


3160 


1996 


1142 


627 


1433 


3496 


4207 


330 


611 


1315 


1015 


4177 


1928 


3768, 


2578 


2010 


2071 


941 


1441 ^ 


1346 


1667 


1345 


21 66 


2907 


2276 


1367 


893 


5398 


2850 


2627 


1363 


1869 


524 


5235 


2632 


2619 


1647 


6278 


6001 


1198 


1329 


3087 


2080 


3500 


2134 


2788 


2595 


3120 


2782 


3567 


4076 


4554 


4730 


2009 


2444 


1553 


1430 


1566 


1939 


1231 


793 


2952 


2811 


3465 


1874 


6363 


4410 


1115 


1657 


2209 


1428 


845 


1651 


2486 


3013 


3009 


3174 


1245 


1672 


3833 


1921 


4605 


6448 


1541 


1383 


1807 


1316 


3055 


4040 


1319 


800 


1043 


772 


646 


459 



Smith. Cronkrite, 

Randolph 2157 2197 

Richland 1173 1445 

Rock Island...... 2804 1166 

Saline 970 956 

Sangamon 3059 4252 

Schuyler 1133 1640 

Scott 615 1048 

Shelby 917 2008 

Stark 1017 308 

St. Clair 4114 3330 

Stephenson 2115 2068 

Tazewell 2111 2404 

Union 860 1959 

Vermillion 3198 2346 

Wabash 653 910 

Warren 2416 1884 

Washington 1909 1665 

W^ayne 1213 1331 

White 1000 1764 

Whiteside 2494 902 

Will 3793 2520 

Williamson 1423 1210 

Winnebago 2780 1022 

Woodford 1279 1578 



Bates 


Ilayps.Tilden 


228 


2657 


2589 




1410 


1552 


1978 


3912 


, 2838 


415 


980 


.1081 


889 


4847 


16841 


292 


1522 


•1804 


442 


910 


1269 


1277 


2069 


3553 


588 


1440 


\786 


472 


4708 


5891 


280 


3198 


2758 


431 


2850 


3171 


66 


973 


2155 


1075 


4372 


3031 


64 


650 


936 


639 


2795 


1984 


57 


1911 


1671 


334 


1570 


1751 


296 


1297 


2066 


1576 


3851 


2131 


1838 


4770 


3999 


632 


1672 


1041 


492 


4505 


1568 


607 


1733 


2105 



Total 206458 170085 65689 278232 258601 

Total vote for Treasurer, including 2,228 and 7,215 

Socialists, 451,675; Smith over Cronkrite, 36,373. 

Total vote for President, including 17,223 Greenback, 

554,066 ; Hayes over Tilden, 19,631. 

VOTES OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bep. GhJc. 3Iaj. 

1872 President... 184770 241248 634'iO R 

1874 Sup'tP.In. 197490 166984 30506 Op.d; D 

1876 Congress ... 251870 276552 24682 E 

187€' President... 258601 278232 19631 E 

1876 Governor .. 272432 279226 6794 R 

1878 Treasurer.. 1700S5 206458 68689 36373 E 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dem. Eep. GbJc. 

7136 12165 1854 

6111 10347 1600 

6280 9574 884 

4438 12753 3448 

4823 11042 4804 

3257 10964 6675 

6795 10712 6512 

4822 11271 6575 

9802 10543 ' 3749 

X 11238 11814 -3496 

XI 11961 ' 6956 3034 

XII 12542 9146 4611 

XIII 13870 12058 ■ 135 

XIV 11527 13698 4651 

XV 12942 13106 

XVI 11493 9946 2139 

XVII 12436 10605 1598 

XVIII 12074 12686 2454 

XIX 12603 8190 2847 



List. 

I.. 

II.. 

III.. 

IV.. 

v.. 

VI.. 

TIL. 

VIII.. 

IX.. 



3Iaj. 
5029 R 
4236 E 
4294 E 
8315 E 
6219 E 
7707 E 
4200 E 
4696 E 

741 E 

576 E 
500-) D 
3396 D 
1812 D 
2171 E 

164 G 
2547 D 
1831 D 

612 E 
4413 D 



PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Governor, Shelby M. Cullom ; Lieutenant Gover- 
nor, Andrew Shuman ; Secretary of State, George H. 
Harlow^; Auditor, Thomas B. Needles; Treasurer, J. 
C. Smith ; Attorney General, J. K. Edsall ; Superin- 
tendent of Instruction, J. P. Slade — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 26 80 106 

Democrats 24 60 84 

Greenbackers, etc 1 13 14 



Republican maj.. 



63 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



Indiana. 

SEC'Y or STATE,'78. GOVERNOR.'76 

Shank- Hani- Wil- 

Moore, lin, James, son, liams 

n. D. NaL R. D. 

Adama 480 1577 442 794 1983 

Allen 2747 6534 958 4067 7508 

Bartholomew... 2240 2838 81 2349 2818 

Benton 1082 1015 448 1261 1179 

Blackford 460 896 308 632 842 

Boone 2473 2408 909 2685 2405 

Brown 378 1166 137 497 1231 

Carroll 3830 2006 355 2065 2283 

Cass 2857 2977 621 3060 3515 

Clark 2009 2869 674 2446 3235 

Clay 1843 2295 1098 2396 2582 

Clinton 2020 2722 314 2300 2624 

Crawford 760 1209 347 1069 1228 

Daviess 2118 2167 158 2071 2441 

Dearborn 1834 3267 148 2104 3438 

Decatur 2444 2460 100 2475 2412 

DeKalb 1897 2137 606 2409 2597 

Delaware 2905 1558 161 3024 1664 

Dubois 660 2260 49 711 2364 

Elkhart 3231 2768 541 3679 3410 

Fayette 1515 1245 38 1600 1301 

Floyd... 1116 2299 1107 1819 2857 

Fountain 1901 2073 956 2082 2061 

Franklin 1408 2886 1 1596 2992 

Fulton : 1400 1531 261 1578 1724 

Gibson 2202 2227 130 2286 2282 

G^nt 2549 2055 245 2694 2056 

Greenp 2141 2182 369 2234 2125 

Hamilton 2789 1588 785 3134 1782 

Hancock 1407 2118 227 1569 2004 

Harrison 1411 2123 347 1741 2421 

Hendricks .:..... 2670 1870 416 2896 1872 

Henry ....\..->- 3050 1797 Soe 3663 1881 

Howard .\..... 2328 ;1387 291 2772 1744 

Huntington....:. "^^2104 2412 324 2459 2520 

Jackson . 873 , 2583 967 1736 2737 

Jasper - 4%62 ; 530 509 1219 722 

Jay 1860 1993 ^295 1913 1844 

; Jefferson 3U82 i2570 -171 3082 2772 

; Jennings l^Bs ^:1773 . 39 1974 1778 

'Johnson 1645.'i22'45 ,'i09 1831; 2361 

I Knox 1816 5.2691 169 2424 3132 

Kosciusko 2985 24^*6 ' 1^0 3264 2686 

La Grange 1620 8*^1 479 2085 1205 

Lake 1615 lOSa ^- ■»82 1913 1274 

LaPorte 2943 347J6 a73-. 3387 36G8 

Lawrence 181.6 17;J5 '207 1934 1674 

'Madison 2293 3199 164 2557 3413 

Marion 10641 9462 2123J" 12915 11350 

Marshall 1511 2011 l^Ws 2207 2805 

Martin 900 1572 200^^.1159 1683 

Miami 2652 2779 i§'9 2714. 2944 

Monroe 1560 1601 2SS,p^^17 1559 

Montgomery 2956 3070 69^;. ,,3056 3189 

Morgan 2176 1977 406v{,^.121 1905 

Newton 918 368 652Y;i092 764 

Noble 2074 2486 399 '* 2619 2656 

Ohio 671 582 70 610 558 

Orange 1229 1371 264 1366 1620 

Owen 1094 1848 350 1391 1911 

Parke 2058 1557 700 2471 1855 

Perry 1220 1672 151 1333 1758 

Pike 1264 1652 487 1394 1609 

Porter 1021 1182- 775 209» 1630 

Posey 1694 2247 45 1753 2304 

Pulaski 680 855 626 92T 1221 

Putnam 2384 2622 187 2265' 2805 

Randolph 3487 1615 194 3861 1995 

Ripley 2150 2494 65 2145 2370 

Rush 2451 2307 80 2492 2204 

Scott 672 1055 76 767 1063 



Shank- Harri- Wil- 

Moore. lin. James, son. liams 

Shelby 2012 2982 214 2387 3176 

Spencer.... 1967 2288 206 2123 2475 

Starke 317 643 222 699 483 

Steuben 1744 665 609 2167 796 

St. Joseph 2913 3338 623 3521 3524 

Sullivan 1091 2339 396 1499 2892 

Switzerland 1327 1434 363 1499 1388 

Tippecanoe 4164 3506 643 4201 3982 

Tipton 954 1692 282 1435 1753 

Union 1013 760 111 1035 799 

Vanderburg 4117 3747 677 4038 3933 

Vermillion 1148 958 415 1375 1032 

Vigo 2424 3448 2920 3425 3673 

Wabash 3169 2157 143 3496 2311 

Warren 1439 667 558 1649 701 

Warrick 1788 2148 178 1845 2260 

Washington 1209 2045 271 1637 2344 

Wayne 4625 2679 609 5532 3162 

Wells 770 1956 838 1477 2307 

White 1320 1190 650 1639 1496 

Whitley 1256 1748 614 1647 2096 

Total 180657 194770 39415 208080 213164 

Total vote for Secretary of State, 414,842 ; Shank- 
lin over Moore, 14,113. Total vote for Governor, 
including 13.213 Greenback, 434,457 ; Williams over 
Harrison, 6,084. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bep. Dem. Lid. Maj. 

1872 Governor ... 188276 189422 189 1337 D 

1872 President.... 186144 163637 1417 21090 E 

1874 Sec'y State.. 164902 182154 16233 17252 D 

1876 President.... 207971 213526 9533 5555 D 

1876 Governor ... 208080 213164 13213 5084 D 

1878 Sec'y State.. 180657 194770 39415 14113 D 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Bist. Bern. Eep. Gbk. Maj. 

1 13099 13928 1595 S2d R 

II 17317 12032 2103 6285 D 

III 16074 9369 1588 5705 D 

IV 15146 14655 199 491 D 

V 12936 13776 796 837 i2 

VI 16167 15548 2043 619 D 

VII *18720 17881 839 Z>.- 6? 

VIII 13164 12124 4929 1040 D 

IX 15510 15608 4571 98 E 

X 13408 15365 6252 1957 E 

XI 13102 15547 4266 2445 i^ 

XII 17067 9712 7355 J) 

XIII 13523 15184 3462 1661 E 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, James D. Williams ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, Isaac P. Gray ; Secretary of State, John G. 
Shanklin ; Auditor of State, Mahlon D. Manson ; 
State Treasurer, William Fleming; Attorney Gen- 
eral, Thomas W. Woollen ; Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, James H. Smart — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 24 63 77 

R9J)i\blicans 23 39 62 

6-reenbackers , 3 8 11 

Democratic maj ... 6 4 

Iowa. 

GOVERNOR, 1879. PRESIDENT,1S76 

Gear,Trimble,Campbell,Hayes,Tilden 
R. D. G. R. IK 

Adair 1353 88 859 1334 693 

Adams 1008 433 742 1376 626 

Allamakee 1795 1584 206 170 1646 



* This is the Democratic ancl Greenback yxyte combined. 



Gear.Trimble, 

Appanoose 1452 1212 

Audubon 812 654 

Benton 2617 611 

Black Hawk.. 2334 1174 

Boone 1833 1001 

Bi-emer 13G2 602 

Buchanan.... 1969 815 

Buena Vista... 999 198 

Butler 1726 805 

Calhoun 716 257 

Carroll 881 926 

Cass 1907 950 

Cedar 1998 1191 

Ccrro Gordo... 1442 619 

Cherokee 860 116 

Chickasaw 1258 782 

Clarke 1220 585 

Clay 735 67 

Clayton 2693 2219 

Clinton 2724 2497 

Crawford 1263 785 

Dallas 2066 141 

Davis 980 1084 

Decatur 1379 812 

Delaware 1099 1290 

Des Moines... 2995 2269 

Dickinson 321 5 

Dubuque 2498 3950 

Emmet ......... 304 39 

Fayette 2570 795 

Floyd 1637 366 

Franklin 1345 278 

Fremont 1522 1445 

Greene 1447 200 

Grundy 1205 659 

Guthrie 1350 276 

Hamilton 1160 153 

Hancock 480 167 

Hardin 1S70 671 

Harrison 1479 1017 

Henry 2011 944 

Howard 1059 28 

Humboldt 691 84 

Ida 487 163 

Iowa 1627 930 

Jackson 1797 2353 

Jasper 2922 1078 

Jefferson 1918 1303 

Johnson 2439 2661 

Jones 2413 1705 

Keokuk 2017 1918 

Kossuth 670 245 

Lee 2406 2858 

Linn 3842 2735 

Louisa 1654 706 

Lucas 1166 896 

Lyon 313 1 

Madison 1759 552 

Mahaska 2714 lOOl 

3Iarion 2209 1166 

Marshall 2280 873 

Mills 1571 1076 

Mitchell 1597 642 

Monona 831 209 

Monroe. 1207 488 

Montgomery . 1530 333 

Muscatine 2143 1285 

O'Brien 471 38 

Osceola 423 71 

Page 1851 613 

Palo Alto 331 323 

Plymouth 873 700 

Pocahontas.... 520 175 

Polk 4007 1844 

Pottawattamie 2819 2547 



Campbell 
638 

11 
971 
178 
556 
609 
805 

77 

60 

25 
103 
360 
253 

20 
371 
945 
417 

92 

499 

73 

1566 

1174 

615 

130 

180 
2 

707 

15 

1321 

486 

182 

400 

735 
66 

664 

554 
29 

113 

324 

526 
1154 

240 

119 

596 

421 
1456 

180 



151 

155 

908 

287 

312 

408 

18 

1293 

1272 

1410 

450 

149 

238 

490 

982 

818 

599 

320 

288 

196 

21 

59 

1071 

220 



.Hayes.Tilden 


1711 


1419 


427 


352 


2901 


1356 


2979 


1592 


2018 


1305 


1737 


757 


2227 


1416 


770 


200 


1828 


780 


662 


196 


799 


771 


1876 


979 


2328 


1445 


1274 


448 


864 


175 


1574 


1090 


1405 


816 


667 


94 


2662 


2021 


3654 


3398 


1043 


638 


2136 


752 


1586 


1631 


1647 


1282 


2233 


14G6 


3325 


2917 


259 


48 


2798 


4977 


246 


36 


3029 


1709 


1032 


751 


1178 


379 


1653 


1682 


1310 


610 


1099 


417 


1434 


629 


1187 


425 


281 


99 


2152 


980 


1657 


1386 


2809 


1485 


1194 


600 


523 


183 


212 


57 


1870 


1348 


2126 


2485 


3375 


1804 


2166 


1449 


2345 


2563 


2591 


1763 


2364 


1862 


638 


227 


3160 


3682 


4331 


2917 


1930 


1008 


1478 


1044 


262 


46 


2246 


1538 


3221 


1701 


2736 


2304 


3056 


3189 


1452 


1165 


1663 


671 


713 


304 


1418 


1246 


1749 


759 


6223 


2075 


463 


116 


329 


69 


2243 


861 


343 


333 


835 


502 


374 


141 


4321 


2382 


2565 


2414 



Poweshiek 2215 

Ringgold 1146 

Sac 883 

Scott 3422 1979 

Shelby 1133 

Sioux 645 

Story 1801 

Tama 2278 

Tavlor 1589 

Union 1250 

VanBuren 1687 

Warpello 2455 

Warren 2042 

Washington... 2025 

Wayne 1502 

Webster 1376 

Winnebago.... 696 

Winneshiek .. 2014 

Woodbury .... 1262 

Worth 1104 

Wright 754 



imble 


Campbell. Hayes 


.Tilden 


785 


827 


2509 


1083 


55 


902 


1246 


422 


245 


290 


661 


166 


1979 


286 


3819 


2853 


794 


27 


897 


631 


289 


18 


439 


220 


308 


736 


1843 


679 


866 


475 


2337 


1317 


92 


1233 


1727 


676 


464 


1028 


1238 


795 


1448 


444 


2113 


1661 


2091 


291 


2582 


2412 


838 


1092 


2439 


1415 


1089 


471 


2467 


1508 


494 


964 


1692 


1341 


405 


1176 


1299 


987 


49 




498 


39 


1156 


334 


2759 


1617 


974 


133 


1034 


997 


257 


3 


703 


149 


183 




674 


181 



Total 157571 85056 45429 171332 112121 

Total vote for Governor, including 3.258 Prohibi- 
tion, 291.314 ; Gear over Trimble, 72,515'. Total vote 
for President, including 9,490 Greenback, 292,943 ; 
Hayes over Tilden, 59,211. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872., 

Eep. Bern. GbJc.-D. Maj. 
1872 President 131173 71134 60039 iJ 



1873 Governor 105143 

1874 Sec. of State..l07250 

1875 Governoi 125058 

1876 President 171332 

1876 Sec. of State..l72171 

1877 Governor 121646 

1878 Sec. of State.. 134544 



82598 22565 B 

79054 28202 B 

93359 31134 B 

112121 69211 B 

112115 60056 B 

79353 42193 E 

1302 123577 10967 B 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 



Dist. Bep. 

1 7945 

11 9509 

III 10886 

IV 6293 

V 699 

YI 

VII 

VIII 7453 

IX 12338 



Ghk. 

6505 

3960 

6406 

6742 

12011 

16366 

16474 

7760 

1202 



Maj. 
4760 B 
3828 B 
1837 B 
11392 B 
2194 B 
2058 Q.-D 
928 G.-D 
7583 B 
4151 B 



Bern. 
12705 
13337 
12723 
17134 
14205 
14308 
15546 
15343 
16489 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, John H. Gear; Lieutenant Governor, 
Frank T. Campbell ; Secretary of State, J. A. T. 
Hull ; Treasurer, George W. Bemis; Auditor, Buren 
R. Sherman ; Attorney General, John F. McJunkin ; 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, Carl W. Von 
Coeiin — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 41 82 123 

Democrats 7 14 21 

Greenbackers 2 4 6 



Republican maj., 



Kansas. 



32 



64 96 



Allen 944 

Anderson 638 

Atchison 1870 

Barbour 171 

Barton 1067 

Bourbon 1667 

Brown 1127 

Butler 1506 



GOVERNOR, 1878. PRESIDENT,1876. 

St.JohnjGoodin,Mitch-Hayes,Tilden 
B. D. ell, N. B. D. 

173 



648 
222 
1559 
133 
801 
800 
492 
653 



616 
37 
11 

77 
944 
410 
459 



1040 

760 

1863 

73 

604 

1966 

1255 

1563 



382 
245 
1612 
97 
289 
817 
693 
712 



St. John .Goodin .Mitchell.Hayes.Tilden 

Chase 493 246 240 593 636 

Chautauqua 866 213 810 1046 214 

Cherokee 1303 1216 962 1339 1043 

Clay 1180 279 147 1184 268 

Cloud 1164 427 167 1184 489 

Coffey 800 398 424 945 550 

*Comanche 

Cowley 1545 631 718 1669 955 

Crawford 1190 1012 589 1269 874 

Davis 477 402 148 472 321 

Dickinson 14C4 504 141 1342 469 

Doniphan 1493 875 409 1644 1024 

Douglas 1907 1075 805 2322 934 

Edwards 413 99 83 183 155 

Elk' 686 56 695 1006 428 

Ellis 668 274 25 210 142 

Ellsworth 664 311 4 418 181 

Ford 247 309 87 132 180 

Franklin 1257 446 938 1490 513 

Greenwood 836 315 447 977 471 

Harper 251 77 37 

Harvey 907 295 260 1006 351 

Jackson 927 578 109 885 592 

Jefferson 1383 1025 304 1395 864 

Jewell 1219 300 429 1281 448 

Johnson 1445 710 1001 1088 759 

Kingman 211 43 66 17 3 

Labette 1594 968 804 2092 1373 

Leavenworth 2111 2485 258 1821 2504 

Lincoln 609 251 99 479 201 

Linn 1303 264 1198 1647 545 

Lvon 1333 388 801 1579 430 

Marion 926 233 415 860 369 

Marshall 1455 653 539 1604 789 

McPherson 931 126 606 1394 334 

Miami 1373 897 666 1578 833 

Mitchell 1052 638 1 1010 395 

Montgomery 1287 1054 999 1824 1177 

Morris 690 276 236 707 370 

Nemaha 904 710 61 1136 638 

Neosho 1014 857 601 1370 955 

*Ness 

Norton 323 115 ... 194 48 

Osage 1358 353 1050 1084 620 

Osborne 1090 68 86 661 288 

Ottawa 655 189 44 837 246 

Pawnee 647 196 133 309 119 

Phillips 558 283 121 479 197 

Pottawattamie ... 1181 843 446 1335 720 

*Pratt 

Reno .!!'.!!*..'!!.'."!.'.'.' 1477 462 149 1117 343 

Republic 1150 95 103 1390 408 

Rice 755 328 141 695 114 

Riley 945 210 408 1133 223 

Rooks 297 74 78 116 49 

Rush 504 143 37 141 10 

Russell 506 95 258 328 75 

Saline 1429 651 171 1314 370 

Sedgwick 1572 1107 354 1774 975 

Shawnee 2340 853 455 2549 1044 

Smith 051 171 4>9 731 276 

Sumner 1048 735 677 1009 706 

Wabaunsee 640 424 93 728 274 

^^YVallace 

Washington.'.'.'.'.'.'." 126'i 659 156 1194 497 

Wilson 1145 442 683 1492 765 

Woodson 644 320 119 673 306 

Wyandotte 1086 1178 481 1260 993 

Total 74020 37208 27057 78322 37902 

Total vote for Governor, 138,285; St. John over 

Goodin, 36,812. Total vote for President, including 
7,770 Greenback, 124,137 ; Hayes over Tilden, 40,120. 



* No returns. 



VOTES OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 
Itep. Dem. Ghk. 

1872 President 67048 

1874 Governor 48594 

1876 Governor 69073 

1876 President 78322 

1877 Lieut. Governor 62570 

1878 Governor 74020 



32970 
35301 
46204 
37902 
24740 
37208 



27057 



VOTE FOB CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 



Maj. 
33482 B 
13293 R 
22809 R 
40402 R 
37830 R 
36812 R 



List. Bern. Rep. Gbk. Maj. 

1 14919 30457 5716 15538 i2 

II 13327 19029 9962 5702^ 

III 8109 25228 11055 14173 i? 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, John P. St. John ; Lieu tenant Governor, 
L. U. Humphreys ; Secretary of State, James Smith ; 
Treasurer, John Francis; Auditor, P. J. Bonebrake; 
Attorney General ,Wil lard Davis; Snperintfndent of 
Public Instruction, Allen B. Lemmon — all Repub- 
licans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGTSLATTEE. 

Senate. Uoune. Total 

Republicans 36 95 131 

Democrats 2 17 19 

Greenbackers 2 17 19 



Republican maj.. 



32 



61 



93 



D. 

Adair 1166 

Allen 768 

Anderson 871 

Ballard 1814 

Barren 1736 

Bath 1211 

Bell 252 

Boone 924 

Bourbon 1501 

Boyd 673 

Boyle 1177 

Bracken 1434 

Breathitt . 



Kentucky. 

GOVERNOR, '79. PRT^SIDENT, '76 

BIackburn,Evaus, Cook,Tilden,Hayes 



783 

Breckinridge ... 1318 

Bullitt 642 

Butler 612 

Caldwell 897 

Calloway 1184 

Campbell 1413 

Carroll 1272 

Carter 460 

Casey 090 

Christian 1719 

Clark 1302 

Clay 601 

Clinton 246 

Crittenden 733 

Cumberland 494 

Daviess 2016 

Edmonson 325 

Elliott 620 

Estill 703 

Fayette 2205 

Fleming 1608 

Floyd 948 

Franklin 1240. 

Fulton 605 

Gallatin 635 

Garrard 934 

Grant 1050 

Graves 1701 

Grayson 894 

Green 609 

Greenup 516 



it*. 

1017 
633 
393 
273 

1256 
901 
444 
162 

1392 
654 
986 
429 
350 
865 
167 
819 
614 
168 

1274 
223 
405 
646 

2355 
935 
743 
465 
652 
656 
420 
337 
31 
575 

2320 

1347 

297 

697 

31 

230 

1142 
855 
794 
685 
633 
616 



GbJc. 

189 

208 

5 

180 

298 

3 

3 

16 

1 

595 

5 

11 

54 

319 

232 

649 

27 

442 

82 

1 

878 

695 

5 

123 

108 

337 

44 

263 

229 

227 

39 

26 

i's 

99 
94 
15 
3 

499 
400 
202 
802 



D. 
1176 

1004 

1154 

2001 

2185 

1123 

234 

1802 

1701 

1059 

1434 

1575 

687 

1357 

1017 

449 

1199 

1047 

2949 

1289 

703 

641 

2002 

1346 

821 

342 

944 

596 

3285 

409 

739 

895 

2903 

1534 

927 

19S9 

1037 

708 

1133 

1297 

2985 

1008 

951 

1020 



R. 

1002 
049 
519 
343 

1309 
831 
458 
408 

1615 
884 

1176 
634 
351 
800 
2G2 
657 
752 
246 

2304 
275 
713 
409 

2842 

1025 
910 
498 
931 
614 

1050 
396 
141 
658 

3085 

1112 
2S2 

1884 
148 
238 
119 
719 
926 
613 
741 
979 



Blackfcurn. 

Hancock 549 

Hardin 1224 

Harlan 205 

Harrison 1170 

Hart.... 1545 

Henderson ... ... . 1900 

Henry 1557 

Hickman......... 1175 

Hopkins..... 1484 

Jackson 197 

Jefferson ......... S848 

Jessamine... 1184 

Johnson 407 

Kenton............ 3416 

Knox 606 

Lame ........ ...... 713 

Laurel............. 444 

Lawrence ......... 916 

Lee S72 

Leslie 37 

Letcher 365 

Lewis.............. 958 

Lincoln 1376 

Livingston 833 

Log-an.. 2100 

Lyon 547 

Madison 2124 

Magoffin.......... 521 

Maiion 1155 

Marshali 1004 

Martin.... 113 

Mason..... 2265 

McGracken 1441 

McLean 677 

Meade 982 

Menifee 445 

Mercer 1392 

Metcalfe 603 

Monroe 447 

Montgomery .... 860 

Morgan... 1009 

Muhlenberg 1076 

Nelson 1323 

Nicholas..... 1150 

Ohio 1679 

Oldham 705 

Owen 2073 

Ow&ley ............ 196 

Pendleton.. 1387 

Perry.............. 226 

Pike 927 

Powell 319 

Pulaski. 825 

Kobertson. 508 

Kockcastle .... ... 463 

Kowan 378 

Kussell,... 441 

Scott... ............ 1522 

Shelby ............ 1421 

Simi>son.. ......... 1179 

Spencer.. 519 

Taylor............. 553 

Todd 1131 

Trig^. ............. 1245 

Trimble 1157 

Union 1758 

Warren 2126 

Washington. 1232 

Wayne...... 780 

Webster 1019 

Whitley 344 

Wolfe........ 527 

Woodford 1005 

Total ...125799 



Evans. Cook. Tilden. Hayes 


154 


443 


810 


205 


696 


638 


2135 


813 


583 


4 


179 


608 


708 


11 


1915 


988 


1185 


204 


1584 


1034 


883 


477 


2592 


1521 


557 


691 


1862 


820 


176 


115 


1317 


381 


904 


672 


1859 


952 


621 


45 


281 


576 


4710 


1156 


11656 


6905 


1000 


13 


1142 


1086 


515 


235 


559 


707 


1794 


14 


4185 


2440 


627 


157 


651 


889 


380 


110 


978 


422 


653 


61 


660 


660 


723 


222 


1048 


615 


355 


5 


352 


367 


323 


47 


New county 


317 


50 


364 


412 


1235 


35 


1147 


1134 


961 


9 


1547 


1047 


81 


124 


1073 


255 


1187 


15 


2242 


1557 


290 


197 


781 


484 


2089 


16 


2236 


1967 


608 




489 


436 


726 


185 


1032 


827 


179 


145 


ISll 


217 


228 


8 


94 


235 


1656 


1 


2362 


1618 


656 


37 


1756 


943 


339 


227 


779 


S06 


117 


302 


1227 


258 


134 


2 


401 


109 


982 


5 


1659 


1131 


752 


39 


718 


669 


680 


190 


590 


664 


714 


4 


1213 


869 


347 


14 


1022 


335 


954 


308 


1159 


950 


763 


159 


1886 


852 


761 




1315 


702 


1308 


180 


1589 


1114 


334 


70 


956 


424 


391 


23 


2700 


308 


642 




215 


626 


1018 


16 


1686 


920 


481 


30 


326 


610 


697 


100 


947 


420 


260 


7 


344 


250 


1313 


214 


1652 


1981 


309 




689 


359 


563 


368 


824 


776 


431 


11 


247 


298 


379 


193 


647 


528 


972 


9 


1827 


1322 


977 


235 


2135 


1210 


582 


17 


1272 


697 


224 


6 


881 


320 


357 


69 


990 


471 


980 


207 


1395 


1215 


637 


84 


1508 


994 


78 


39 


1058 


114 


257 


416 


2200 


654 


788 


307 


2652 


1899 


1126 


35 


1428 


1014 


615 


63 


1050 


694 


391 


680 


1270 


491 


596 


16 


487 


987 


317 




631 


270 


720 


i 


1340 


1080 



81882 18954 160445 98415 



Total vote for Governor, 226,635 ; Blackburn over 
Evans, 43,917. Total vote for President, including 
1,944 Greenback and 818 Prohibition, 261,622 ; Tilden 
over Hayes, 62,030. 

VOTES or THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Eej). Ind.-D, Maj. 
1872 President 100212 

1874 Ct. of Appeals.. 114348 

1875 Governor 126976 

1876 President 160445 

1877 Treasurer 96557 



1879 Governor 125799 

VOTE EOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878, 

DM. Dem. J.-D. Rep. GhJc. 

I 5611 ""-" 

II 8328 

III 9354 

IV 8969 

Y 9115 

YI 6901 

YII 8632 



88816 2374 11396 D 

63504 60844 D 

90705 30181 D 

98415 62030 D 

20451 76106 i> 

GhJc. 

81882 18954 43917 D 



6878 



204 
7492 
1877 



3555 1267 J.-D 

3189 2051 6129 D 

8502 2339 852 

4616 4353 

6508 383 1623 

4024 

3548 6084 



YIII 12538 ..... 10706 1772 

IX 10784 8392 272 2392 

X 7293 2645 1244 4648 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Luke P. Blackburn ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, James E. Cantrill ; Attorney General, P. W. 
Hardin ; Auditor, Fayette Hewitt ; Treasurer, '* Dick" 
Tate ; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Joseph 
Desha Pickett; Register of the Land Office, Halph 
Sheldon — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Democratic in both branches. 
Louisiana. 

PRESIDENT, 1876. 
RET. BOARD FACE OF RE- 
COUNT. Til- TURNS. Til- 
Hayes, den,Haves, den 
B. D. it. D. 

Ascension 2071 1197 2071 1197 

Assumption 1691 1086 1697 1687 

Avoyelles 1504 1471 1504 1470 

Baton Rouge, E... 

^ W... 

Bienville 

Bossier 

Caddo , 

Calcasieu 

Caldwell..... 

Cameron 

Carroll 

Catahoula , 

Concordia 

Claiborne 

DeSoto 

*Feliciana,E...... 

" W...... 

Franklin 

*Grant 

Iberia , 

Iberville 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette , 

Lafourche , 

Lincoln , 

Livingston 

Madison 

Morehouse 

Natchitoches...... 

Ouachit? 

Orleans . 



1466 


796 


1623 


2238 


912 


441 


912 


440 


227 


956 


227 


953 


1625 


603 


1703 


883 


2687 


1656 


2687 


1654 


84 


1252 


84 


1298 


211 


481 


285 


631 


62 


216 


52 


246 


2432 


692 


2410 


592 


802 


839 


820 


907 


2533 


309 


2523 


307 


432 


1392 


432 


1576 


717 


013 


898 


]304 








1736 


624 


238 


778 


1248 


101 


716 


129 


789 






305 


618 


...... 144i 


925 


1452 


1427 


2297 


954 


2297 


954 


23 


462 


23 


460 


1701 


782' 


1761 


785 


054 


633 


661 


1156 


1867 


1688 


2013 


2005 


331 


1070 


331 


10G4 


121 


391 


121 


769 


2584 


328 


2528 


332 


427 


394 


782 


1377 


2092 


1418 


2099 


1761 


745 


349 


793 1805 



.... 14971 23918 16131 24963 



* In the Recu-lican coa.:t, a\. vctes in these parishes -were 
rejected. 



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67 



Creat Trunk Line and United States Mail Rodte 



STEEL RAILS 


Is universally acknowledged to be 
the model Eailroad of America. 
Representing in its construction and 
equipment, the courtesy and disci- 
pline of its employees, and its entire 
management, the most advanced 
standard, and the one best adapted to 
make railway travel Safe, Swift and 
Luxurious, and in every way satis- 
factory 

Lines of Pullman Palace Cars con- 
nect the Seaboard Cities, with all 
prominent points in the West, and 
splendid Pullman Hotel Cars are run 
between New York and Chicago and 
New York and St. Louis. 


NO SMOKE 


DOUBLE TRACE 


NO DUST 


IRON BRIDGES 


FAST THE 


STONE 
BALLAST 


MAGNIFICENT 
SCENEKY 



The Old Established Route and Short Line between 

NEW YOBK 



PHH-"^^^^ 




Express Trains 




Each Way Daily 



Except Sunday, (7 on Sunday,) witli PULLMAN PALACE CARS attached. 
Tlie Fastest Time consistent witli absolute safety. 



principal Jicket Offices . 



BOSTON.— 203 and 205 Washington Avenue. % 

NEW YORK.— 526 Broadway; 1 Astor House; 944 Broadway; 8 Battery Place; Depot, foot of 
Desbrosses Street ; Depot, foot of Courtlandt Street; Depot, Jersey City ; Buscli's Hotel, Hoboken. 

BROOKLYN. — 4 Court Street; Brooklyn Annex Depot, foot of Fulton Street. 

PHILADELPHIA.— 838 Chestnut Street; S. E. corner Broad and Chestnut Streets; 116 Market 
Street ; Depot, 32dand Market Streets ; Depot, foot of Market Street ; 4 Chelton Ave. German'n. 

BALTIMORE.— N. E. corner Baltimore and Calvert Streets; Union Depot, Charles Street ; Calvert 
Station, Northern Central Euilway. 

WASHINGTON.— N. E. cor. 10th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue ; N. E. cor. 6th Street and Penn- 
sylvania Avenue ; Depot, Baltimore and Potomac Railroad, cor. 6th and B Streets. 

RICHMOND.— 826 Main Street; Exchange Hotel ; Depot-, R. F. & P. E. K. cor. 8th and Byrd Streets. 

HARRISBURG.— 12 North Third Street ; Depot. 

PITTSBURG.— 78 Fifth Avenue; Union Depot. 



DISTRICT PASSENGER A GENTS: 

CYRUS S. HAL DEM AN, New England Agent, 203 and 205 Washington Street Boston, Mass. 

SAMUEL CARPENTER, General Eastern Passenger Agent, 526 Broadway, New York. 

J. N. ABBEY, Passenger Agent Philadelphia Pistrict, 101 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

ED. S. YOUNG, Assistant General TicJ:et Agent, Southeastern District, Baltimore, Md. 

J. K. SHOEMAKER, Passenger Agent Middle District, 12 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

THOS. E. WATT, Passenger Agent Western District, 78 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

FRANK THOMSON, L. P. FARMER, 

General Manager. General Passenger Agent. 



Plaqupmines 

Point Coupee 

Ptapides 

Red River 

Richland 

Sabine 

St. Bernard 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St. James 

St. John Baptist.. 

St. Landry 

St. Martin 

St. Mary 

St. Tammany 

Tangipahoa 

Tensas 

Terre Bonne 

Union 

Vernon 

Vermillion 

Washington 

Webster 

Winn 



Hayes. 
,. 1754 
.. 1987 
.. 1756 
,. 833 
.. 120 

23 
.. 691 
,. 1229 
,. 520 
,. 1989 
,. 1288 
.. 2394 
, 1099 
,. 2405 
,. 551 
,. 565 
,. 3207 
.. 1909 

94 
.. 178 
.. 277 
. 165 
,. 670 

76 



Til- 
den.Hayes. 

712 1754 
1083 1987 
1619 1751 

412 832 



194 
906 
336 



277 
23 

691 



229 1141 

649 520 

979 1989 

743 1388 

3626 2432 

1023 1097 

1459 2405 

649 651 

855 565 

464 3207 

1389 1969 

1492 94 

469 

909 

514 

451 

550 



277 

165 

864 

76 



Til- 
den 
712 
1083 
1619 
413 
963 
908 
336 
263 
648 
980 
743 
3746 
1023 
1484 
649 
930 
464 
1387 
1465 
647 
902 
614 
886 
640 



Total 75135 70508 77174 83723 

Total vote for Governor, 000,000; Wilt/, over Beat- 
tie, 30,751. Total vote for President, according to 
face of returns as sent in by supervisors, lG0.i:!97 ; 
Tilden over Hayes, 6,549. Total vote for President, 
after manipulation by Returning Board, 145,643 ; 
Hayes over Tilden, 4,027. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Re}). Bern. Maj. 

1872 Governor 72890 55249 17641 B 

1874 Treasurer *G9544 68586 958 A' 

1874 Treasurer t71962 74901 2939 /> 

1876 President *75315 70503 4807 li 

1876 President ^TiU^ 83723 6549 D 

1876 Governor ^'74624 71198 3426 R 

1876 Governor t76477 84487 8010 D 

1873 Treasurer 31064 77212 43148 D 

PRESENT STATE GO'"' EE.NMENT. 

Governor, Louis A. Wiltz ; Lieutenant Governor, 
John McEnery ; Secretary of State, William A. 
Strong; Attorney (Jeneral, A. F. Eagan; Auditor, 
Allen Jumel ; Treasurer, E, A. Burke— all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Democratic in both branches. 
Maine. 

G0VERN0R,:|:'79. PRESIDENT, '76 

Davis,Garcelon,Smith,Hayes,Tilden 

R. D. Ghk. R. D. 

Andr'scog'n.... 4569 1954 2500 4294 3076 

Aroostook 2767 1996 1608 1839 12G2 

Cumberland.... 9374 4223 4808 8831 7456 

Franklin 2203 623 1689 2116 1559 

Hancock 3653 1125 2155 3370 2683 

Kennebec 7314 1038 4677 6751 4093 

Knox 2582 728 3307 3149 2843 

Lincoln 2576 973 1606 226.1 1956 

Oxford 4147 1616 2882 3704 3084 

Penobscot 7627 1059 6891 8206 6211 

Piscataquis 1909 186 1348 1799 1016 

Sagadahoc 2651 555 976 2499 1421 

Somerset 3892 933 3292 3919 3149 



* Returning Board count, 

t iJemocratic count, and face of returns. 

1 Tho vote for 1879 had not been officially canvassed in time 
for these pages, the figures in the above table being those 
given in the county returns on file in the office of Secreta'-y of 
State at Augusta. There was no choice of Governor by tho 
people, and th? Legislature will elect Governor and other State 
ofiicer^ in January. 



Waldo 

Wa!?hington., 
York 



Davis.Garcolon.Smith.Hayrs.Tilden 
2701 572 36',)3 3i<35 2607 
4190 1807 2187 3453 2862 
6955 2454 4368 6G36 5545 



Total ... ..... 69110 21841 48077 C6300 49823 

Total vote in lh79, including 311 scattering, 1.39.- 
339; Davis over Garcelou, 47,2C9 ; Davi.s over Smith, 
21,033; Garcelon and Smith over Davis. 808. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bern, Rep. Others. Maj. 

1872 President 29087 6M22 32335 7? 

1873 Governor 32816 45C74 2090 12858 R 

1876 Governor 41734 53131 275 11397 R 

1875 Governor 63213 57085 3872 R 

1876 Governor 60251 75710 529 15459 R 

1876 President 49823 66300 663 16477 R 

1877 Governor 42114 63631 C076 II517 R 

1878 Governor 27872 56519 41404 n5115 R 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMTN, 1878. 

List Dem. Rep. Ghk. Maj. 

I ., 9333 13483 6348 4150 i? 

II 3332 11434 8472 2962 R 

III 6895 11373 8322 3051 R 

IV 10095 12921 2820 G 

V 2198 10059 11406 1347 G 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

All executive officers will be chosen by Legislature 
in January. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

The district and county returns as sent to the office 
of Secretary of State give the Republicans 19 mem- 
bers of the Senate, and the opposition (Democrats 
and Greenbackers) 12. In the House tho llepubli- 
cans have 90, and the opposition 61. As manipulated 
by the Governor and Council, who claimed to have 
proceeded according to law in throwing out tho re- 
turns of several towns, the Senate stands, Repub- 
licans, 11; Opposition, 20. House : Republicans, 61 ; 
Opposition, 78 ; vacancies, 12. 

Maryland, 

G0VERN0R,'79. PRESIT)ENT,'76 

Hamilton,Gary, Tilden, Haves 

D. R. D. R. 

Allegany 2775 2970 3303 3217 

Anne Arundel 3802 2215 3180 2245 

Baltimore 6852 4144 7303 6001 

Baltimore City 29184 17915 32199 22058 

Calvert 1149 058 983 1022 

Caroline 1620 1102 1249 1075 

Carroll 3417 3121 3305 2907 

Cecil 2927 2569 2971 2521 

Charles 1687 1797 1657 1646 

Dorchester 2434 2410 2082 1819 

Frederick 6153 6503 4970 6260 

Garrett 1001 1122 978 995 

Harford 2144 1656 3026 2053 

Howard 1985 1421 1641 1189 

Kent 2465 1742 1937 1685 

Montgomery 2592 2180 2865 2084 

Prince George's 2709 2528 2018 2430 

Queen Anne's 2225 1554 2149 1476 

Somerset 1945 1991 1914 1786 

St. Mary's 1655 1708 1502 1540 

Talbot.. 2310 1978 1812 1808 

Washington 4176 4038 4019 3886 

Wicomico 2141 1191 2073 1080 

Worcester 2123 1096 2093 1199 

Total 90771 68609 91780 71981 

Total vote for Governor, including 205 Greenback, 
159,645 ; Hamilton over Gary, 22,166. Total vote for 
President, 163,846; Tilden over Hayes, 19,716. 



* This was plurality ; it requires a majority to elect. 



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THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 










VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bep. Maj. 
1872 President 67685 66760 925 D 


Dist. 

VI 

VII 

VIII 


Dem. Hep. 
2658 10339 
7700 13169 

14300 

13395 

3609 13051 
2069 10929 

SENT STATE GO 

tin D. Long; 
Secretary, He 
ndicote; Audi 
^1, George Mar 

>ENT STATE LE 


GhTc. Pro. Maj. 

10226 ... 113 B 
2831 ... 6469 B 

11758 223 2542 B 
8960 205 4335 B 
6745 ... 6306 B 
7992 72 2937 B 

VERNMENT. 

Lieutenant Governor, 
niry B. Peirce ; Treas- 
tor, Charles R. Ladd ; 
ston — all Republicans. 

GISLATURE. 

/Senate. House. Total 

32 185 217 

8 62 60 

3 3 

24 130 154 
n. 

JDGE,'79. PRESIDENT,'76 

hipman.Hayes, Tilden 

D.-G. E. D. 

175 155 1G2 

3151 4281 3169 

634 629 635 

249 475 280 

177 218 232 

2632 2966 1902 

2639 2408 2840 

213 474 186 

2925 4188 3G79 

2968 3998 2370 

3252 6167 3885 

2105 2750 233G 

286 411 205 

309 262 415 

252 172 195 

207 272 236 

2685 3247 3074 

128 New county. 

149 505 452 

2656 4010 2903 

390 312 426 

3288 6044 3736 

82 84 1G2 

218 1000 330 

1603 2150 1312 

2950 6109 2329 

662 2266 1439 

1056 1269 1036 

3559 4058 3994 

2842 4308 3230 

330 467 369 

638 1021 720 

12 44 

4710 4913 5254 

2944 4496 3583 

153 384 130 

6411 7403 6678 

167 735 414 

157 414 209 

2189 3230 2498 

357 634 412 

4438 6540 6564 

2439 2735 2929 

242 74 204 

2448 3009 3453 

450 896 811 

40 94 

1012 2308 1750 

698 933 6S0 

766 1342 926 

217 393 351 

614 655 484 






1873 Comptroller 79651 69668 19983 I> 

1874 Congress.. 67503 63377 14126 D 

1875 Governor 85451 72530 12324 I> 

1876 President 91780 71981 19790 D 

1877 Comptroller 80708 60329 30379 D 






IX 

X 






XI 

PREJ 

Governor, Jo] 
Byron Weston ; 
urer, Charles E 
Attorney Gener 

PRE£ 

Republicans .... 






1879 Governor 90771 68609 22166 D 

VOTE FOB, CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

List. Dem. Bep. GbJc. Maj. 
1 11420 10348 1072 D 

II 9818 2594 1271 6953 D 

III 11472 4908 6504/) 

IV 11064 6771 627 3666 2) 

V 12558 9679 179 2879 Z) 

VI 12437 14168 1907 1731 B 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT.* 

Governor, William T. Hamilton; Attorney Gen- 
eral, C. J. M. Gwinn; Comptroller, Thomas J. Kea- 
ting ; Clerk Court of Appeals, Spencer C. Jones — all 
Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 19 61 80 

Republicans 7 21 28 






Democrats 

Gr e e nbackers . . . 








Eepublican m 

Alcona 

Allegan 

Alpena 


aj 






Michiga 

SUPREME Jl 

Campbell,t: 

B. 

182 

3327 

753 






Democraticmaj 12 40 62 

Massachusetts. 

GOVERNOR, '79. PRESIDENT,'76 

Long,Butler,Adams,Hayes,Tilden 
B. Ind. D. B. D. 

Suffolk 20262 24883 1665 22837 25101 

Essex 15711 17860 1643 21686 14895 

Middlesex 23084 19957 1554 27301 19561 

Worcester 18559 12975 1184 22051 14319 

Hampshire 3672 2767 207 6018 2507 

Hampden 6308 6114 651 7963 6605 

Franklin 3191 2274 329 4702 2257 






Antrim 


648 






Baraga 

Barry 

Bay 

Benzie 

Berrien 

Branch 

Calhoun 


115 
2271 
1777 

360 
3060 
2814 
3912 






Cass 


2047 






Charlevoix 


691 






Cheboygan 

Chippewa 


344 

288 






Clare 

Clinton 

Crawford 


323 

2698 

128 






Berkshire 6072 3623 769 6015 5478 

Norfolk 7769 6822 734 8963 6685 

Plymouth 7021 4459 705 8310 4518 

Bristol 8645 6922 309 11576 6814 

Barnstable 2628 1204 161 3493 785 

Dukes 667 233 61 399 149 

Nantucket 262 66 27 379 103 






Delta 

Eaton 

Emmet 

Genesee 


317 
3241 

614 
4101 






Gladwin 

Grand Traverse 

Gratiot ". 

Hillsdale 

Houghton 

Huron.. 

Ingham 

Ionia 

Iosco 

Isabella 

Isle Royal 


41 

890 
1823 
3723 
1356 
1424 
3523 
3150 
482 
969 






Total 122751 109149 9989 1500G3 108777 

Total vote for Governor in 1879, including 1,645 for 
Eddy, Prohibition, and 108 scattering, 243,642; Long 
over Butler, 13,602. Total vote for President, in- 
cluding 779 Prohibition and scattering, 259,619; 
Hayes over Tilden, 41,286. k 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bep. Lab. Tern. 3Taj. 

1872 President... 692G0 133472 74212 2? 

1873 Governor... 69360 72183 12823 7^ 

1874 Governor... 96376 89344 7032 D 

1875 Governor... 78333 83639 316 9124 6306 B 

1876 President... 108777 150063 779 41286 i? 

1876 Governor... 106850 137605 12274 30815 B 

1877 Governor... 73185 91255 16354 3552 18070 i? 

1878 Governor... 101621347251109435 1913 25290 ie 

1879 Governor... 9989 122751 tl09149 1645 13602 /? 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

List. Dem. Bep. Gbk. Pro. Maj. 

1 7383 12575 219 5192 B 

II 4373 15579 6472 391 10107 B 

III 10478 10919 66 441 B 

IV 11G47 7654 73 26 3993 D 








3308 






Kalamazoo 

Kalkaska 


3437 
373 






Kent 

Keweenaw 


6029 
304 
306 

2812 
395 

4645 






Lake 

Lapeer 

Leelanaw 

Lenawee 








2378 






Mackinac 

Macomb 


115 

2287 
434 






Manitou 

IMarquette 

Mason ..., 

Mecosta 

Menominee 


.'." 1843 

876 

1276 

490 






* Officers not named in the list will be chosen by Governor 
an<\ Legislature in January. 




< 


Midland 


670 




- 












] 





Missaukee ... 

Monroe 

Montcalm 

Muskegon .... 

Newaygo 

Oakland 

Oceana 

Ogemaw 

Ontonagon ... 

Osceola , 

Otsego 

Ottawa 

Presque Isle.. 
Roscommon... 

Saginaw 

Sanilac 

Schoolcraft... 
Shiawassee ... 

St. Clair , 

St. Joseph .... 

Tuscola 

Van Buren... 
Washtenaw .. 

Wayne 

Wexford 



Campbell. 
177 

2197 

2749 

1885 

1088 

4103 

969 

143 

179 

846 

210 

2398 

270 

201 

3387 

1934 

171 

2773 

3189 

2252 

2223 

3132 

3736 

8252 

778 



.Shipma: 

66 

3571 

1895 

1263 

1124 

4211 

851 

62 

279 

326 

173 

2029 

93 

321 

4207 

1286 

4 

2316 

3709 

2980 

1694 

2679 

4030 

10994 

385 



n.Hayes. 

159 

3032 

3106 

2255 

1315 

5053 

1365 

101 

201 

804 

184 

4401 

163 

64 

4182 

1896 

121 

3192 

4067 

3165 

2463 

4046 

4565 

12578 

618 



Tilden 

108 
3893 
2445 
1511 

801 
5313 

699 
87 

321 

620 

145 
2620 

168 

184 
4850 
1829 

103 
2429 
3710 
2490 
1284 
2590 
5117 
15076 

318 



Total 132313 12d270 166901 141595 

Total vote for Supreme Judge, including 141 scat- 
tering, 238,724; Campbell over Shipmaii, 6,043. 
Total vote for President, including 9,060 for Cooper, 
Greenback, 317,556; Hayes over Tilden, 25,306. 

VOTES OF THE S^TATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bej). Temp, Gbk. Maj. 
1872 President... 79088 136202 1271 65043 1? 

1874 Governor... 105550 111519 3937 2032 ii^ 

1875 Sup. Court.. 91876 111951 26075 i^ 

1876 Governor ... 142492 165926 870 8297 23434 U 
1870 President... 141095 106534 25439 7? 

1877 Sup. Court. 85748 112653 20905 J? 

1878 Governor... 79682 126399 74333 467171? 

TOTE FOR CONGRESSMEV, 1878. 

Disl. Dem. Hep. GhJr. Maj. 

1 8567 9894 5700 13-27 B 

11 9557 14312 7742 4755 B 

III 6341 14381 12.347 2034 B 

IV 8171 14236 7791 6065 B 

V 3468 15983 15273 710 B 

VI 15549 18459 6271 2910 B 

VII 8940 11939 4316 2099 B 

VIII 9571 11993 8500 2422 B 

IX 7478 15204 6014 7786 J? 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Charles M. Croswell ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, Alonzo Sessions; Secretary of State, William 
Jenney; Treasurer, Benjamin D. Pritchard; Com- 
missioner of State Land Office, James M. Keasmith ; 
Auditor General, W. Irving Latimer; Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction, Cornelius A. Gower; 
Attorney General, Otto Kirchner; Member State 
Board of Education, G. F. Edwards — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 23 06 80 

Bemocrats 4 21 25 

Greenbackers 5 13 18 



Republican maj., 



14 



32 



46 



Adams . 
Alcorn . 
Amite .. 



Mississippi. 

PRESIDENT,'76. TREASTniER,'75 

Til- Buch- Hem- 
Hayes, den, anan, ming- 
J?. D. B. way,D 

2328 1627 2616 793 

663 1606 593 1806 

73 1471 1095 1189 



Hem- 
Buch- ming- 

Hayes. Tilden. anan. way 

Attala 1072 1971 1210 1810 

Benton 754 1150 293 1047 

Boliver 2089 1296 1320 348 

Calhoun 166 1796 205 1563 

Carroll 1017 1993 1202 1811 

Chickasaw 1006 1891 987 1778 

Choctaw 153 908 281 778 

Claiborne 423 1504 496 1049 

Clarke 797 1451 1225 1289 

Clay 819 1952 234 509 

Coahoma 1446 789 659 1737 

Copiah 1039 2614 1801 2435 

Covington 283 620 308 633 

DeSota 1668 2544 Is^o returns 

Franklin 439 919 642 747 

Greene 58 381 59 303 

Grenada 636 1291 987 1230 

Hancock 309 547 257 492 

Harrison 297 758 290 760 

Hinds 1474 4503 3321 3836 

Holmes.. 1151 2614 1254 2291 

Issaquena 909 788 2044 266 

Itawamba 41 1410 30 980 

Jackson 343 887 312 878 

Jasper 699 1321 835 1163 

Jefferson 419 1547 1922 678 

Jones 14 342 4 414 

Kemper 904 1579 418 1339 

Lafayette 532 2474 1061 2090 

Lauderdale 697 847 597 797 

Lawrence 628 847 597 797 

Leake 442 14-74 617 1182 

Lee 206 2731 183 2423 

Leflore 875 1275 980 1317 

Lincoln 2 2073 2021 2137 

Lowndes 698 1360 1334 424 

Madison 13 1473 2587 1488 

Marion 240 458 214 487 

MarshaH 3050 3278 2856 3186 

Monroe 1897 2791 1546 2613 

Montgomery 451 1514 763 1291 

Neshoba 119 1116 136 1002 

Newton 301 1G42 632 1420 

Noxubee 1429 1630 2088 3383 

Oktibbeha 1023 1373 1598 781 

Panola 2517 2790 2400 2908 

Pearl 11 182 7 133 

Perry 31 332 36 301 

Pike 874 1524 1200 1393 

Pontotoc 659 1635 464 1442 

Prentiss 163 1881 71 1857 

Rankin 787 1790 1028 1722 

Scott 49 1383 490 1138 

Sharkey 92 591 New county 

Simpson 341 788 332 737 

Smith 10 1115 44 1149 

Sumner 408 989 342 799 

Sunflower 239 621 378 346 

Tallahatchie 1 1144 969 1239 

Tate 327 1558 268 1408 

Tippah 24 924 12 1352 

Tishmoningo 1397 229 1165 141 

Tunica 1509 1947 1495 1978 

Union 398 1611 379 1204 

Warren 623 2036 2042 3006 

Washington 1598 2901 1638 2043 

Wayne 464 622 363 686 

Wilkinson 1425 1262 1808 400 

Winston 303 1173 377 908 

Yalobusha 861 1904 941 1687 

Yazoo 2 3672 7 4044 

Total 61605 109173 00G59 9GS06 



Total vote for President, 160,778; Tilden over 
Hayes, 57,568. Total vote for State Treasurer, 
143,465; Hemmingway over Buchanan, 30,147. 
There was au election for Governor in 1877, J. M. 
Stone, Democrat, having no opposition. He received 
96,454 votes. Scattering votes were cast, mostly for 
A. G, Brown, aggregating 1,168. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem, 



Hep. 

1872 President 81916 47191 

1873 Governor 74307 62904 

1875 Treasurer 66659 96806 

1876 President 51605 109173 

1877 Governor *1168 96454 

VOTE FOB. CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dem. GbJc. Eep. 

8632 6533 65 

7339 6749 22 

4028 

4650 

4816 

'. 66G3 



Dist 

I... 

II... 

Ill ... 

IV... 

Y... 

VI... 



21 



1379 



34725 B 
21403 B 
30147 D 
67568 D 
95286 D 

Maj. 
2099 D 
690 V 
4028 D 
4629 D 
4130 D 
6284 D 



PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, J, M. Stone : Lieutenant Governor, "Wm. 
H. Sims ; Secretary of State, Henry C. Myers ; Treas- 
urer, W. L. Hemmingway ; Auditor, Sylvester Gwin; 
Attorney General, T. C. Catchings; Superintendent 
of Education, J. A. Smith — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 34 97 131 

Republicans 14 5 

Greenbackers 2 19 21 



Democratic maj.. 



31 



74 105 



Adair 1282 

Andrew 1746 

Atchison 972 

Audrain 89 

Barry 787 

Barton 336 

Bates 878 

Benton 800 

Bollinger 381 

Boone 772 

Buchanan 797 

Butler 110 

Caldwell 1096 

Callaway.... 833 

Camden 456 

Cape Girardeau.... 1010 

Carroll 942 

Carter 39 

Cass 403 

Cedar 789 

Chariton 971 

Christian 606 

Clark 1266 

Clay 215 

Clinton 479 

Cole 1073 

Cooper 396 

Crawford 602 

Dade 872 

Dallas 555 

Daviess 1387 

De Kalb 968 



Missouri. 

JUDGE SUP. CT., '78. PRESIDENT, 76 

Denny,Norton,Gilstrap,Hayes,Tilden 
B. 



D. 


N. 


B, 


D. 


733 


769 


1604 


1192 


1552 


71 


1590 


1503 


1013 


600 


1156 


1117 


1727 


958 


836 


2268 


1079 


288 


1000 


1001 


615 


719 


710 


760 


2318 


701 


1478 


2071 


835 


214 


1096 


851 


929 


171 


572 


998 


4095 


29 


1181 


3845 


3851 


1811 


2496 


4136 


646 


IGO 


230 


696 


054 


499 


1383 


1058 


3836 


3 


976 


3493 


435 


231 


638 


540 


1516 


429 


1417 


1836 


1927 


1128 


1977 


2403 


220 




80 


209 


3142 


270 


1440 


2277 


812 


276 


921 


904 


2438 


963 


1719 


3165 


348 


556 


929 


494 


1458 


154 


1494 


1581 


2968 


no 


508 


2844 


1703 


635 


1019 


1756 


1657 


33 


1099 


1529 


2074 


1320 


1770 


2331 


840 


289 


754 


1030 


1090 


165 


1305 


893 


461 


467 


761 


652 


1832 


380 


1663 


1848 


1025 


339 


1110 


10S3 



* Scattering. No Republican candidate. 



Denny .Norton.Gilstrap. 

Dent 339 775 22 

Douglas 181 105 -643 

Dunklin 13 1295 

Franklin 1616 2287 425 

Gasconade 1188 377 

Gentry 444 1374 975 

Greene 1496 1952 1385 

Grundy 1563 1019 148 

Harrison 1681 1125 446 

Henry 689 2182 724 

Hickory 615 330 28G 

Holt 1375 11.57 302 

Howard 444 2538 126 

Howell 149 614 335 

Iron 138 634 

Jackson 1299 6592 1670 

Jasper 1706 2318 2098 

Jefferson..... 369 1855 901 

Johnson 1114 2455 721 

Knox 41 1260 1213 

Laclede 157 794 938 

Lafayette 916 2979 409 

Lawrence 1208 1338 388 

Lewis 336 1659 702 

Lincoln.... 101 1888 1410 

Linn 1591 1809 262 

Livingston..... 650 1631 1499 

McDonald 104 639 602 

Macon 626 2272 1712 

Madison 242 842 265 

Maries 103 882 126 

Marion, 703 2530 463 

Mercer 1100 621 785 

Miller 825 728 67 

Mississippi 344 1306 

Moniteau 205 1206 1169 

Monroe 443 3304 390 

Montgomery 921 1567 534 

Morgan 122 933 666 

New Madrid 237 1050 

Newton 695 1259 1127 

Nodaway 1578 1836 1210 

Oregon 65 772 1 

Csage 830 937 85 

Ozark 496 228 

Pemiscott. 2 803 

Perry 192 1656 

Pettis 921 2332 1356 

Phelps 70 1404 800 

Pike 21 4389 991 

Platte 675 2696 1 

Polk 1087 1027 439 

Pulaski 249 751 31 

Putnam 1051 437 800 

Ralls 263 1795 167 

Eandolph 685 2786 799 

Ray 98 20G8 1313 

Reynolds 75 761 

Ripley 588 

St. Charles 2089 2404 19 

St. Clair 027 602 1073 

St. Frangois 457 1638 125 

Ste. Genevieve 475 1105 109 

St. Louis 16685 19257 4732 

Saline 633 2929 11 

Schuyler 179 964 747 

Scotland 38 1278 1000 

Scott 313 1036 314 

Shannon 38 437 43 

Shelby 45 1390 1136 

Stoddard 183 150G 79 

Stone 362 130 05 

Sullivan 1394 1599 .174 

Taney 199 235 11 

Texas 1020 597 



Hayes. 


lilden 


446 


826 


744 


136 


93 


1148 


2149 


2294 


1158 


658 


1138 


1461 


2505 


2315 


1810 


1113 


2013 


1373 


1499 


2380 


631 


390 


1628 


1315 


1048 


2371 


458 


493 


386 


805 


2900 


5438 


3138 


2905 


1157 


1863 


2183 


2734 


1165 


1538 


731 


1009 


1734 


3281 


1180 


1137 


1320 


2059 


1004 


2294 


1878 


1914 


lOlG 


2013 


400 


715 


1752 


2776 


447 


1277 


251 


840 


1723 


3099 


1501 


960 


836 


GB2 


458 


1195 


1142 


1007 


689 


3422 


1411 


1809 


748 


1038 


283 


1042 


1546 


1732 


2213 


2411 


63 


656 


895 


• 1082 


427 


231 


8 


745 


683 


1150 


2098 


2833 


750 


1216 


2122 


3167 


804 


2648 


1385 


1209 


408 


748 


14-78 


809 


511 


1687 


1209 


3538 


1107 


2192 


115 


C22 


114 


438' 


1062 


2509 


931 


1190 


554 


1524 


533 


1159 


22916 


25385 


1728 


3942 


908 


1117 


1000 


1464 


306 


1163 


96 


419 


957 


1072 


406 


1403 


432 


159 


1488 


1447 


368 


351 


673 


1144 



Bennv.Norton.Gilstrap.Hayes.Tilden 

Yernon..". 372 1638 627 774 1874 

Warren 1150 774 188 1263 813 

Wasliington 402 1487 289 759 1607 

Wayne 306 1246 ... 395 1114 

Webster 520 1018 481 1003 1076 

Worth 137 652 601 632 660 

Wright 425 196 537 605 498 



Total 9GD94 185171 61167 145029 203077 

Total vote for Supreme Judge, 343,332; Norton 
over Denny, 88,177. Total Tote for President, in- 
cluding 3,498 Greenback, 351,604 ; Tilden over Hayes, 
58,048. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 



Dem. Bep. GbJc. 

1872 Governor 156714 121271 

1872 President 151433 119196 

1874 Governor 149556 112104 

1876 Governor 199580 147694 

1876 President 203077 145029 

1878 Sup. Judge.... 185171 9G994 611G7 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Lem. Rep. Gbh. hid. 



DisL 

1 9437 

II 7669 

III 7237 

IV 12052 

V 11291 

VI 177G9 

VII 16960 

VIII 8917 

IX 16257 

X 14793 

XI 1G600 

XII.. 124G3 

XIII 15591 



6489 

7403 

5319 

758 



11G22 

7170 



10875 



2476 
2391 
2213 
6834 
8022 
11004 
8810 
1227 
17430 
5682 



1110 

499 

1146 



9727 



MaJ. 
35443 D 
29808 D 
37452 D 
51886 D 
58048 D 
88177 D 

IJaj. 
2948 D 

266 D 
1918 D 
6218 D 
32G9 D 
0147 D 
8150 D 

810ID 
1173 G 
3918 D 
1G600 D 
18GG D 
7010 B 



4578 10597 

2104 8575 464 

rr.ESENT STATi: GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, John S. Phelps ; Lieutenant Governor, 
H. C. Brockmcyer; Secretary of State, M. K. Mc- 
Grath ; Auditor, Thomas Ilolliday ; Treasurer, Eli- 
jah Gates; Attorney General, J. L. Smith — all Dem- 
ocrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats.... 27 110 137 

HeiJubllcans 5 15 20 

Greenbackers 2 18 20 



Democratic maj.. 



Aitkin , 

Anoka 

Becker 

Benton 

Big Stone 

Blue Earth 2013 



20 
Minnesota. 

GOVERNOR, '79. 

Pillsbury,Eice, 
B. D. 

14 
371 
653 
191 
128 



77 



97 



Brown . 

Carlton , 

Carver ........ 

Cass 

Chippewa 

Chisago 

Clay 

Cottonwood.. 
Crow Wing ., 

D.tkota 

Dodge 

Douglas 

Faribault — 

Fillmore 

Freeborn 

Goodhue 



292 
51 
602 

681 

636 

340 

443 

259 

1256 

1173 

643 

1035 

2330 

2258 

1800 



1 

206 

133 

279 

41 

1794 

699 

64 

1577 

136 

203 

85 

62 

156 

1G33 

395 

133 

615 

697 

402 

783 



PRESIDENT, '7G 

HayeSjTilden 
B. D. 

37 
725 
490 
164 
104 



2409 

831 

138 

933 

25 

599 

1019 

390 

386 

152 

1598 

1673 

1101 

1591 

3825 

2195 

4227 



17 

487 

99 

272 

2 

2039 

681 

110 

1374 

13 

48 

244 

114 

76 

109 

2171 

675 

305 

605 

1752 

535 

1377 



Grant 

Hennepin 

Houston 

Isanti 

Jackson 

Kanabeck 

Kandiyohi 

Kittson , 

Lao qui Parle 

Lake 

Le Sueur 

Lincoln 

Lyon 

McLeod 

Marshall 

Martin 

Meeker 

Mille Lacs 

Morrison 

Mower 

Murray 

Nicollet 

Nobles 

Olmstead 

Otter Tail 

Pembina 

Pine 

Pipestone 

Polk 

Pope 

Ramsey 

Bedwood 

Renville 

Rice 

Rock 

St. Louis 

Scott 

Sherburne 

Sibley 

Stearnes 

Steele 

Stevens 

Swift 

Todd 

Traverse 

Wabasha 

Wadena 

Waseca 

Washington 

Watonwan 

Wilkin 

"Winona 

AVright 

Yellow Medicine.. 



389 

S744 

1165 

327 

723 

79 

1419 

138 

591 

4 

948 

425 

421 

534 

9 

609 

870 

106 

328 

1899 

287 

983 

581 

2072 

1517 

61 

96 
730 
621 

1098 
668 
910 

1910 
366 
213 
532 
319 
519 
913 

1175 

374 

677 

573 

18 

1492 
321 
8G8 

1183 

198 
1718 
1347 

722 



44 

998 

1122 

45 

60 

22 

176 

138 

17 

11 

1941 

53 

100 

683 

22 

159 

363 

56 

492 

598 

53 

767 

201 

1030 

653 

105 

70 

338 

56 

3318 

206 

532 

1483 

69 

177 

1803 

106 

916 

2270 

776 

403 

584 

350 

3 

1609 

57 

992 

1472 

99 
2403 
1326 

87 



5638 
1988 

741 

522 

109 
1457 
New county 

351 20 
17 
1037 



4869 

1446 

94 

69 

29 

157 



520 



1635 

18 

73 

825 

New county 

634 IGO 

1209 487 



171 

216 

19G9 

233 

116 

479 

2520 

1029 

26 

139 



68 

382 
955 

42 
677 

63 

1581 

462 

152 



New county 

273 82 



776 

2G69 

434 

930 

2374 

518 

484 

656 

432 

729 

1116 

1588 

199 

695 

446 



78 

3827 
112 
284 

1541 

69 

259 

1732 
208 
971 

2411 
948 
101 
154 
297 



New county 
2087 1752 



56 

1128 

1G89 

548 

90 

2636 

1482 

529 



18 

743 

1335 

195 

42 

2927 

1280 



Total 5G918 41583 72962 48799 

Total vote for Governor, including 4,264 Greenback 
and 2,867 Prohibition, 105,632 ; Pillsbury over Rice, 
15,335. Total vote for President, including 2,389 
Greenback and 144 Prohibition, 124,294 ; Hayes over 
Tilden, 24,103. 

VOTES or THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Lem. Bep. Temp. Gbk. Maj. 

1872 President 35211 55709 20498 11? 

1873 Governor 352G0 40781 1050 6521 A' 

1874 Chief Justice.. 4211151096 9885 7^' 

1875 Governor 35108 47053 1484 11885 7? 

1876 President 48779 729G2 2389 24103 B 

1877 Governor 40215 57044 17429 7? 

1878 Congress 45339 53508 8169 7? 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Disi. Dem. Bep. Maj. 

1 12848 18729 5881 B 

II 1J4G7 13743 724 7) 

III 18024 2103G 3012 B 













73 








THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 

• 


!-♦■ 






PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 




Cobb.Wakeley.Saxson.Hayes.Tilden 








T.Vi.iiS; Pillsl.nrv 1 .5pntf>ritmt fi^nvfirnor. 


Webster 1163 ... 6u9 116 






Dhnrlp^ A (Tilmnii • Secr"*«T*v nf SfjitA TT Von T5a,iim- 


York 1225 488 9(14. 9q^ 






bach ; State Treasurer, 


Charles 


Kittelson; Attorney 








General, Charles M, Start ; llailroad Commissioner, 


Total 46113 20827 4725 31910 17554 






William K. 


Marshall— all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 




Total vote for Supreme Judge, 71,665; Cobb over 
Wakeley, 25,286. Total vote for President, including 






Bepublicau iu both branches. 






2,336 Greenback and 4,964 scattering, 66,770. Haves 
















oyer Tilden, 14,362. 








K'ebraska 


. 




VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 








SUPRF 


ME JUDGE '79. PRESIDENT. '76 


Hep. Bern. hid. Temp. Maj. 








Cobb, Wakelev.Saxson, Hayes, 


rilden 


1872 President 18245 7705 10540 i? 








IL 


D. 


Gbk. R. 


D. 


1874 Governor 20874 8471 3987 1257 7159 B 






Adams 


1437 


412 


1 707 


204 


1875 Sup. Court 31226 15091 16135 Ti; 






Antelope ... 
Boone 


335 


64 


42 206 


65 


1876 President 31916 17554 2:536 4964 14362 li 






459 


. 68 


262 


45 


1876 Governor 31947 17219 3022 30 14728 E 






Buffalo 


898 


219 


96 401 


160 


1877 Sup. Court 29509 15039 775 13930 ii? 






Burt 


636 


320 


146 674 


310 


1878 Governor... . 29469 13473 9475 15996 B 






Butler 


728 


604 


188 583 


418 


1878 Congress 2834121752 110 6689/^ 






Cass 


1355 


959 


240 1367 


901 


PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 






Cedar 


171 


369 


144 


287 


Governor, Albinus Nance; Lieutenant Governor, 






Cheyenne... 


250 


262 


103 


200 


E. C. Cams; Secretary of State, S. J. Alexander; 






Clay 


.... 2825 


1181 


... 1037 


341 


Auditor Public Accounts, F- W. Leideke; Treasurer, 






Coliax 


5''^2 


663 


465 


458 


G. M. Bartlett; Commissioner of Public Lands and 
Buildings, F. M. Davis ; Attorney General, C. J. Dil- 






Cumin*^' ... . 


632 


653 


48 4U8 


4U6 














Custer 


83 




... 




worth; Superintendent of Public Instruction, S. R. 






Dakota 


279 


360 






Thompson — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 






Dawson 


354 


84 


171 


76 






Dixon 


378 


391 


363 


294 


Senate. House. Total 






Dodge 


]097 


1117 


984 


956 


Republicans 21 60 81 






Douglas 


.... 2370 


1867 


105 2324 


2270 


Democrats 6 13 19 






Fillmore.... 


.... 1288 


329 


108 839 


251 


Greenbackers 3 11 14 






Franklin... 


635 


275 


44 357 


157 








Frontier 


68 








Republican maj 12 36 48 






Furnas 


626 


126 

257 


79 201 
322 847 


64 

242 


Nevada. 






Gage 


1228 






Greeley 


103 


35 


24 38 


3 


GOVERNOR, '78. PRESIDENT, '76 






Gosper 

Hall.... 


113 

972 


301 


23 
720 


9 

295 


Kink ead,' Bradley, Hayes, Tilden 

li. J), B. D. 

Churchill 68 70 34 46 






Hamilton... 


759 


176 


307 637 


31 






Harlan ... 
Hitchcock.. 


744 
122 


141 
1 


342 
16 


115 
10 


Douglas 257 2.32 322 179 

«Elko 757 1109 763 820 






Holt 


229 


41 


154 22 


... 


Esmeralda 456 535 370 373 






Howard .... 
Jefferson ... 
Johnson .... 


472 
830 

8i;5 


217 

30 

448 


292 

647 631 

3 697 


84 
137 
376 


Eureka 1079 1058 779 769 

Humboldt 608 455 394 600 

Lander 44L 620 380 525 






Kearney .... 
Keith 


605 

.... • 31 


133 
32 
175 

<|882 
224 


186 
16 

216 

145 1951 

66 251 


42 

55 

50 

711 

239 


Lincoln 355 429 359 393 






Lvon 389 207 533 305 

Nye 374 489 429 436 

Ormsby 638 400 844 606 

Storey 3216 2491 3692 3226 






' Knox 

Lancaster... 
Lincoln 


481 

2752 

256 






Madison .... 


488 


363 


9 366 


299 


Washoe 740 673 906 662 






Merrick 

*Nance 


731 


283 


664 


205 


White Pine 479 484 568 668 






Nemaha 


.... 1200 


665 


... 1087 


603 


Total 9747 9252 10383 9308 






Nuckolls ... . 


448 


212 


2 213 


94 


Total vote for Governor, 18 999; Kinkead over 






Otoe 

Pawnee 


.... 1453 

1025 


1060 
76 

126 

967 


34 1256 

10 731 

45 61 

20 

614 

648 


1087 

165 

8 

101 

630 

79 


Bradley, 495. Total vote for President, 19,691; 
Ilayea over Tilden, 1.075. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bep. 3laj. 
1872 President 6236 8413 2177 B 






Phelps 

Pierce 

Platte 

Polk 


3(11 

56 
69 i 

829 






1874 Governor 10339 7755 2584 L> 






Red Willow 
Richardson 
Saline 


196 
.... ].'')19 

.... 1045 


24 
967 
580 
602 
218 


82 

205 1264 

391 1053 

391 

1016 1106 


20 

1076 

469 

421 

464 


1876 President 9308 10383 1075 B 






1876 Congress 7270 10241 971 B 






Sarpy 

Saunders.... 


476 
1296 


1878 Congress 9047 9727 680 i^ 






Seward 


867 


360 


281 905 


325 


PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 






Sherman .... 


266 


60 


61 


39 


Governor, J. H. Kinkend, B. ; Lieutenant Gover- 






Stanton 


152 


176 


126 


131 


nor, Jewett W .Adams, D. ; Sui)reme Judge, W. H. 






Thayer 


766 


95 


77 398 


123 


Beatty, R.; Controller, J. F. Hallock, B.\ Treas- 






Valley 


330 


30 


183 


6 


urer-, L. L. Crockett, B. ; Secretary of State, Jasper 






Washington 


... 1167 


439 


977 


462 


Babcock, B. ; Attorney General. M. A. Murphy. B. ; 






Wayne 


97 


30 


49 


13 


Surveyor General, A. J. Hatcli, B. ; Supreme Clerk, 
C. F. Bicknell. B. ; Superintendent of Public Instruc- 






* No return 


3. 








tion, D. 11. Sessions, D. 





















PRESENT STATS 



Bepublicans.. 
Democrats .... 



LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

18 43 Gl 

7 7 li 



Eepublican maj .. 



11 



36 



47 



New Jersey. 

GOVERNOR,1877. PRESIDENT,1876 

Newell, McClellan,Hoxsey,IIayes,Tild'en 



Atlantic 154G 



D. Ghk. 



Bergen 

Burlington 

Camden 

Cape May 

Cumberland... 



2387 
5150 
5119 

832 

2803 



1471 

3540 
5339 
4636 
796 
2802 1297 



82 

34 

90 

383 



Essex 11712 13G26 806 

Gloucester 2622 2177 314 

Hudson 9177 14412 159 

Hunterdon 2849 4638 30 

Mercer 5715 5804 102 

Middlesex. 5023 4973 56 

Monmouth 4315 5405 6 

Morris 4018 4360 43 

Ocean 1608 1605 34 

Passaic 36GS 4102 G43 

Salem 2834 2876 31 

Somerset 2612 2595 45 

Sussex 1533 3070 20 

Union 4509 51G7 140 

Warren 2032 4443 734 



B. 

1077 
3253 
6402 
6563 
1055 
3944 

18037 
3006 

10958 
3700 
6088 
5243 
4709 
5183 
1864 
5708 
2952 
3009 
2037 
5134 
3016 



D. 
1440 
4357 
6468 
5211 
866 
3399 

16132 
2557 

17784 
5781 
G035 
5846 
6942 
5118 
1563 
5301 
2843 
3177 
3706 
5994 
5442 



Total 85094 97S37 5058 103517 115902 

Total vote for Governor, including 1,438 Prohibi- 
tion, 189,427 ; IMcClellan over Newell, 12,743. Total 
vote for President, including 714 Greenback and 43 
Prohibition, 220,236, 

VOTLS OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bep. Dem. 

1872 President 76801 91611 

1874 Governor 97283 84050 

1876 President 115956 103511 

1877 Governor 97840 85094 

VOTE ruR CONGRESSaiEN, 1878. 

List. Dem. Bep. Ghk. 

I 6217 14904 9880 

II 14605 13700 

Ill 13599 13176 3835 

lY 11487 9853 4111 

V 10096 10885 3255 

TI 12832 14771 2106 

VII 11283 13199 1422 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, George B. McClellan, D. ; Secretary of 
State, Henry C. Kelsey, D. ; Treasurer, George M. 
^Yright, B.] Controller, Robert F. Stockton, I> ; 
Chancellor, Theodore Runyon, D. ; Vice Chancellor, 



Maj, 
14180 B 
13233 T) 
12445 I^ 
12746 D 



Maj. 

5024 B 
905 jD 
333 D 

1634 D 
789 B 

1939 B 

1916 B 



Abram R. Van Fleet, I). ; Attorney General, John P. 
Stockton, D. ; Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
Ellis A. Apgar, I>. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Seyiate. House, Total 

Republicans 12 35 47 

Democrats • 9 25 34 



Republican maj.. 



10 



13 



New HampsMre. 

GOVERNOR, 1878. PRESIDENT, 1876 

Head McKean,Browu,Hayes,Tildon 



B. 
1898 
1786 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire .... 

Coos 1285 

Grafton 4285 

Hillsboro' 7548 

Merrimack 5433 

Rockingham.... 6997 

Strafford 3794 

Sullivan 2420 



B. 
1973 
2076 



3729 '2423 
1868 
4208 



Nat. 
268 
454 
375 
486 
839 
5156 1400 
4652 763 
4316 980 
2619 720 
1844 222 



B. B. 

2027 2308 

2016 '^474 

4162 2984 

1679 2130 

4763 5091 

8190 6790 

5660 6687 

6422 6576 

4052 3363 

25G8 2106 



37168 


200 


5443 B 


39293 


792 


mB 


417C5 


419 


3208 B 


41539 


82 


3030 B 


40755 


338 


4034 B 


38175 


*6507 


7040 B 



Total 38175 31135 6507 41539 38509 

Total vote for Governor, 75,959 ; Head over 

McKean, 7 040. Total vole for President, 80,048; 

Hayes over Tilden, 3 030. 

VOTES OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bern. Bep. Temp. Maj, 

1872 President 31425 "'" 

1375 Governor 39121 

1876 Governor 38128 

1876 President 38509 

1877 Governor 36721 

1878 Governor 31135 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Bist. Bern. Bep. Ghk. Maj. 

I 11026 13510 2284 2484 J? 

II 9860 12981 2075 3121 i7 

III 10G63 11708 1496 1045 72 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Nathaniel Head ; Secretary of State, A* 
B. Thompson; Deputy Secretary of State, Isaac W. 
Hammond; Treasurer, Solon A. Carter; Adjutant 
General, A. D. Ayling; State Librgirian, William H. 
Kimball — all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

^ Senate. House. Tntal 

Republicans 20 168 188 

Democrats 4 103 107 

Independents 9 9 



Republican maj.. 



16 



56 



72 



Greenback vote. 



GOVERNOR, 1879. 
Robinson, Cor- Kelly, Lewis,! 
B. nen,B. Bolter. Ghk. 
Albany 12976 14505 3605 1091 



Allegany 2710 

Broome 4777 

Cattaraugus .. 2972 

Cayuga 3946 

Chautauqua... 4303 

Chemung 3547 

Chenango 3783 

Clinton 3672 

Columbia 4659 

Cortland 2238 

Delaware 4555 

Dutchess 7653 



5682 
G020 
5851 
7316 
7935 
3481 
4851 
4664 
5979 
3351 
4914 
9155 



\ni 542 

120 105 
403 1407 
712 948 
131 1048 
484 1549 
136 1057 

87 34 

121 83 
328 177 

12 298 

673 72 



New York. 

LIEUT. GOV., 1879. C'rTOFAPP'lS, 

Potter, Hos-Wieting,Dan- Brad-T 
B. kins,!?. Ghk. forth. K. lev.D. 

15926 15045 1212 12977 10769 

2845 5861 602 4807 2140 

4786 6139 109 5466 4010 

2975 6912 1750 6506 2521 

4416 7540 1013 6398 3063 
4078 8214 1141 6642 3437 
3492 3743 1846 3235 2656 
3486 6003 1335 4075 2500 
3707 4728 39 4316 3285 
4733 6046 81 5450 4032 
2350 3545 188 2838 1479 

4417 5071 327 4430 2929 
7971 9530 67 8519 6324 



1878. SEC.STATE,'77. 

ucker,Chur- Beach, 
Ghk. chill. 7?. B. 

5984 14173 14580 

1820 4557 2489 

G13 4764 3981 

2553 4697 3351 

2102 6707 5048 

1917 7146 4074 

2881 2528 2683 

2788 4771 4124 

660 4340 4255 

459 4797 5212 

1113 3284 2310 

1594 4734 4290 

398 8300 7401 



pres'nt,1S76 

Hayes,Tilden 

B. B. 

16463 17641 
6739 3741 
6767 5424 
6718 5054 
8958 6119 

10065 5685 
4732 6228 
6173 4826 
5502 4796 
6799 6311 
4038 2642 
6867 6272 
9501 9102 



Bobinson, 

Erie 17095 

Essex 2292 

Franklin 2266 

Fulton & Ham. 3401 

Genesee 2722 

Greene.... 4015 

Herkimer 4349 

JelTerson 0703 

Kings 44388 

Lewis 3160 

Livingston .... 3604 

Madison 3634 

Monroe 7828 

Montgomery .. 4240 

New York 60556 

Niagara 3902 

Oneida 10861 

Onondaga 7744 

Ontario 4616 

Orange 7257 

Orleans 1667 

Oswego 3636 

Otsego 6300 

Putnam 1278 

Queens 7024 

Rensselaer 11075 

Richmond 3380 

Rockland 2565 

St. Lawrence.. 5033 

Saratoga 4891 

Schenectady... 2598 

Schoharie 4756 

Schuyler 1678 

Seneca 2723 

Steuben 6674 

Suifolk 5126 

Sullivan 2799 

Tioga 3340 

Tompkins 3589 

Ulster 7164 

Warren 2622 

Washington ... 3175 

Wayne 3474 

Westchester... 8461 

Wyoming 2494 

Yates 1844 



Cor- 

.nt'U. Kelly. Lewis. 

20150 338 512 

3649 48 180 

3676 16 237 

4146 61 46 

3735 217 82 

2958 102 529 

6206 211 179 

7959 86 159 

32816 5788 560 

3397 358 25 

4701 369 227 

5397 230 293 

11305 2088 669 

4262 327 68 

46322 43047 69 

4924 574 63 

11713 669 647 

12542 1468 342 

5457 407 135 

8381 980 191 

3445 371 107 

7437 1327 1139 

6238 74 206 

1903 39 4 

5435 1568 133 

10547 1144 784 

2552 512 14 

2267 214 14 

11378 35 68 

6728 452 128 

2533 246 144 

3045 16 45 

2406 294 150 

2934 498 94 

8466 836 909 

5156 122 47 

2554 364 822 

4149 35 132 

4387 35 466 

7849 1666 93 

2639 83 289 

6697 361 70 

6904 584 603 

8778 1755 156 

3821 65 66 

2919 213 89 



.Potter. 
17131 

2282 
2184 
3405 
2815 
3960 
4354 
6558 

47709 
3441 
3849 
3716 
9208 
4442 

99311 
4398 

11014 
8008 
4859 
8803 
2007 
4607 
6260 
1283 
8392 

11798 
3760 
2724 
4836 
5277 
2802 
4743 
1851 
3181 
7282 
4954 
3075 
3274 
3552 
8497 
2549 
3528 
3912 
9909 
2422 
1910 



Hos- Dan- 

kins.Wieting. forth, 

20502 518 18728 

3707 180 3558 

3762 259 3552 

4215 46 3871 

3773 109 3694 

3032 610 2010 

5439 194 4643 

8227 169 7287 

35721 907 33957 

3512 30 2978 

4835 243 4602 

5537 344 4864 

11947 725 10773 

4349 74 3964 

60016 62 51702 

4961 75 4906 

12313 716 10083 

12907 388 11570 

6631 156 6091 

8672 193 7417 

3496 109 3275 

7657 1293 6815 

6360 215 6392 

1955 4 2073 

6671 130 4838 

10722 980 10552 

2720 13 2295 

2336 13 2403 

11654 64 8517 

6834 131 6092 

2607 144 2452 

3080 45 2811 

2498 181 2051 

3008 94 2769 

8643 979 6468 

6521 44 4414 

2586 867 1865 

4240 161 3804 

4444 615 3549 

8205 97 6646 

2736 368 2203 

6736 76 6470 

6033 530 4985 

9157 144 8377 

3912 68 3408 

3058 104 2679 



Brad- 

, ley. Tucker. 

15879 1427 
2345 474 
1876 280 
3001 95 
2511 223 
2993 1742 
3110 911 
5983 407 

39338 2632 
2728 456 
3157 626 
3259 1393 
7739 3171 
3725 366 

87716 1988 
4438 363 
5743 3450 
6312 3781 
3982 647 
6745 761 
1942 345 
3864 3427 
6015 472 
1204 1 
6446 687 
7905 2892 
3089 64 
2567 67 
2987 203 
3559 1215 
2027 788 
4345 281 
1250 643 
2726 330 
6212 2992 
4460 119 
2662 1786 
2105 1619 
2586 1379 
6945 667 
953 1581 
2508 809 
3027 1453 
7504 1075 
2325 86 
1513 377 



Chur- 
chill. 
18457 
3343 
3182 
4174 
3230 
2199 
4843 
6977 
31493 
2860 
4448 
4835 
8466 
3681 
46965 
4449 
10165 
9539 
4690 
7037 
3322 
7637 
5500 
1715 
3954 
8406 
1886 
1793 
8854 
6410 
2142 
2697 
2064 
2458 
7243 
3718 
2130 
3611 
3293 
6736 
2594 
6030 
6215 
7872 
3005 
2677 



Beach .Hayes.Tilden 

15192 20299 19533 

2412 4477 2955 

2286 4104 2946 

3596 4262 4231 

2475 4322 3:)21 

3606 3678 4771 

4113 5966 5212 

6032 9227 7094 

41249 39065 57557 

2787 3610 3707 

3835 5267 4244 

3343 6683 4762 

7305 14738 13127 

4239 4457 4765 

77189 58566112021 

4692 5575 5890 

10125 14020 1284-4 

7103 14867 11102 

4415 6334 5528 

7330 9430 9776 

2589 4253 3117 

4943 10229 7417 

6055 6859 7026 

1704 1949 1805 

5992 6970 9994 

10129 12254 12926 

2711 2883 4338 

2952 2349 3494 

3730 13465 5784 

4928 7489 6496 

2234 2689 2947 

4184 3549 5324 

1598 2860 2254 

2951 3076 3613 

6258 9762 8803 

3694 6589 6804 

2903 3262 4402 

2837 4675 3906 

3158 6032 4028 

7915 8914 10036 

2344 3135 2663 

3457 7303 4815 

3873 7081 6199 

9072 9574 12054 

2009 4428 32G6 

1720 3327 2045 



Total .375790 418567 77566 20286 435014 436304 23067 391112 356451 75133 371798 383002 489225 522043 

Pluralities 427^7 290 34661 11264 32818 

Total vote for Governor, including 4,437 Prohibition and 4,489 scattering, 901,135 ; Lieutenant Governor, 
including 3,902 Prohibition and 4,829 scattering, 902,111; Court of Appeals Judge, 1878, including 1 455 
scattering, 828,445; Secretary of State, 1877, including 1,799 Social Democratic, 997 Greenback and 1,448 
scattering, 786,616; President, 1876, including 1,987 Greenback and 2,359 Prohibition, 1,015,614. 



VOTES OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Devi. Fep. O'Conor. 

1872 President 387279 440759 1404 

Tern. 

3238 

11768 

11103 



1873 Sec'yof State. 341001 331128 

1874 Governor....... 416391 

1875 Sec'y of State. 390211 

1876 Governor 519831 

1876 President 522043 



1877 Sec'yof State. 383062 

1878 Sup. Judge.... 356451 

1879 Treasurer 433485 

1879 Engineer 439081 



166074 
375401 

489031 
489225 

371798 
391112 
436 00 
427240 



Gbk. 
20282 
75133 
21646 
22779 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dist. JDem. Rep. GbJc. 

I 13809 11798 1430 

II 9881 13138 779 

III 10017 16667 857 

IV 13020 8742 681 



Maj. 
51825 B 


9873 I) 
50317 D 
14810 D 
30800 D 
32818 D 


11264 D 

34661 J^ 

2815 7? 

12441 D 


Maj. 
2111 D 
3257 R 
6050 R 
4278 D 



Dist. 



V. 

VI . 

VII . 

VIII . 

IX . 

X . 

XI . 

XII . 

XIII , 



Dem. 

9466 
10908 
#162 

7512 

7277 



Rep. 

*8327 
*6327 
*7617 
12854 
5726 



9046 *11319 
7060 14078 



9082 

9698 

XIV 11323 

XV 13680 

XVI 12004 

XVII 9657 



11338 
18240 
11861 
11441 
12199 
16771 



Maj. 

1139 D 

4581 D 

455 R 

5342 R 

1551 D 

2283 R 

7018 R 

2421 12256 R 

792 8542 R 

538 R 

2239 D 

195 R 

7114 R 



GhTc. 

281 



803 



211 



3261 
3524 
5455 
3878 



*Tn the 5th, 6th, 7tli and 10th Districts, there were no 
Republican candidates. The vote represents that given Jor 
the Anti-Tammany nominees. 

t In an election in 1875), to fill a vacancy, this district voted 
as follows: Hntchins, Democrat, 13,543; Smith, Republican- 
Greenback, 10,431. 



Di'^t. Bern. Eep. Ghh. Maj. 

XVITI 57G5 10G50 3005 4S85 J? 

XIX 5056 12133 7077 A' 

XX 10878 37736 2585 6858 E 

XXI 10180 15377 6017 6197 A* 

XXII 11650 14855 2102 3205 B 

XXIII 8730 9762 3787 1032 A 

XXIV 12043 11307 736 72 

XXV 14599 11174 3425 72 

XXVI 1630 14355 10976 3379 72 

XXVII 12265 10232 2033 72 

XXVIII 1871 15568 11161 4407 J2 

XXIX 10961 14327 8174 3366 12 

XXX 10357 12008 2760 165172 

XXXI 8713 12527 559 3814 72 

XXXII 16105 18998 1192 2993/2 

XXXIII 6732 11364 4688 4632 72 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Alonzo B, Cornell, 72. ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, George B. Uoskins, 72.; Secretary of State, 
Joseph B. Carr, 72. ; Comptroller, James W. Wads- 
worth, 72. ; Treasurer, Nathan D. Wendell, 72. ; At- 
torney General, Hamilton Ward, 72. ; State Engineer 
and Surveyor, Horatio Seymour, Jr., D. ; Superin- 
tendent of Insurance Department, John F. Smyth, 
K. ; Superintendent of Bank Department, Henry L. 
Lamb, /2. ; Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
Xeil Gilmour, 72.; Superintendent of State Prisons, 
Louis D. Pillsbury, 7).; Superintendent of Public 
Works, Benjamin S. W. Clark, 7). 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Kepublicans 25 92 117 

Democrats 7 35 42 

Greenbackers 1 1 

Bepublican maj 18 56 74 

Kortli Carolina. 

PRESIDENT, 1876, GOVERNOR, 1876 

Hayes, Tilden, Settle, Vance 

72. Z>. 72. D. 

Alamance 1446 1391 1183 1350 

Alexander 354 846 352 808 

Allegheny 150 527 154 513 

Anson 1317 1599 1307 1585 

Ashe 822 1077 875 1007 

Beaufort 1543 1723 1551 1080 

Bertie 1055 1120 1660 1120 

Bladen 13G0 1397 1390 1395 

Brunswick 1044 1002 1040 1C06 

Buncombe 1186 1991 1185 1965 

Burke 578 1215 620 1199 

Cabarrus 927 1641 924 1629 

Caldwell 286 1193 289 1172 

Camden 556 683 553 078 

Carteret 710 M 1150 708 1147 

Caswell 1032^1493 1028 1462 

Catawba 416 1874 448 1S69 

Chatham 1870 2141 1902 2097 

Cherokee 632 680 657 666 

Chowan 806 629 803 620 

Clay 184 315 180 312 

Cleveland 483 1709 626 1755 

Columbus 770 1431 767 1433 

Craven 2727 1289 2867 12S0 

Cumberland 2123 2230 2132 2179 

Carrituck 398 992 391 974 

Davidson 1173 1782 1838 1714 

Davie 702 1036 708 1011 

Duplin 1253 2195 1244 2194 

Dare 237 305 240 305 

Edgecombe 3841 1052 3849 1651 

Forsythe 1529 1496 1540 1454 



Hayes. Tilden. Settle. Vance 

Franklin 1920 1873 1916 1805 

Gaston 815 1250 814 1235 

Gates 571 909 499 940 

Granville 2094 2047 2411 2134 

Greene 1067 896 1073 885 

Guilford 1968 2334 1977 22G4 

Graham Xo returns. No returns 

Halifax 3226 1683 3208 IGSL 

Harnett 736 1070 749 1050 

Haywood 427 1019 439 900 

Henderson 755 784 775 710 

Hertford 1081 1020 1095 1008 

Hyde 656 898 665 938 

Iredel! 1242 2407 1239 2356 

Jackson 261 652 288 628 " 

Johnson 1682 2174 1751 2050 

Jones 801 697 802 599 

Lenoir 1506 1214 1494 1217 

Lincoln 637 1130 643 1125 

Macon 282 770 295 747 

Madison 812 895 812 856 

Martin 1150 1334 1149 1316 

McDowell 643 963 542 950 

Mecklenburg 2649 3417 2588 3428 

Mitchell 658 747 733 559 

Montgomery 751 648 759 634 

Jloore 1203 1305 1202 1347 

Nash 1342 1716 1352 1686 

New Hanover 2994 1634 2988 1622 

Northampton 2191 1424 2170 1422 

Onslow 650 1317 547 1308 

Orange 1668 2428 1075 2410 

Pasquotank 1224 849 1220 847 

Pender 1253 1172 1252 1166 

Perquimans 1020 832 1016 824 

Person 989 1211 991 1191 

Pitt 1895 2136 1894 2125 

Polk 342 408 341 416 

Pamlico 513 745 516 742 

Randolph 1570 1775 15G9 1G99 

Kichmond 1456 1350 14S6 1343 

lloboson 1739 2117 1755 2096 

Rockingham 1498 2155 1521 2100 

llowan 1226 2189 1250 2163 

Rutherford 1110 1278 1143 1J31 

Sampson 1G67 2100 1CG9 2071 

Stanley 427 957 472 954 

Stokes 980 1222 1016 1129 

Surry " 1012 1352 1042 1286 

Swain 43 410 66 370 

Transylvania 236 459 259 437 

Tyrrell 256 549 251 646 

Union 724 1556 735 15G4 

Wake 4141 4315 4407 4192 

Warren 2493 1320. 24G5 1315 

Vvashington 1005 G92 1005 676 

Vv^atauga 282 712 301 676 

Wayne 2188 2284 2205 2248 

Wilkes 1505 1384 1499 1284 

Wilson 1162 1771 1169 1714 

Yadkin 1086 905 1112 819 

Yancey 335 746 349 742 

Total 103419 125427 109990 123198 

Total vote for President, 233.846; Tilden over 

Hayes, 17,008. Total vote for Governor, 233,188; 

Vance over Settle, 13 208. 

VOTES or THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

liep. Dent. 3faj. 

1872 President 91363 67489 23904 i2 

1872 Governor 98G30 96731 1899 72 

1874 Supt. Pub. Inst 84181 98217 14036 D 

1G76 President 108419 125427 17008 D 

1876 Governor 109990 123198 13208 D 

1878 Congress 63369 GS2G3 14894 D 



-*-4- 



2911 

7680 



3650 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

DisL Pern. I. D. Hep. Gbh. 

I .12084 12135 430 

II 12804 3948 9682 

Ill 10730 11611 

IV 11864 8353 

V 10326 

VI 4008 258 

VII 4753 

VIII 2894 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Thomas J. Jarvis; Secretary of State, 

"William L. Saunders; Attorney General, Thomas 

S. Kenan; Treasurer, John M. Worth; Auditor, 

Samuel L. Love; Superintendent of Public Instruc- 

' tion, John C. Scarborouc:h — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. Mouse. 

Democrats 34 79 

Republicans 16 41 



Maj. 
51 B 
1122 D 
881 Gbk 
3511 D 
2646 D 
4650 D 
1103 D 
2894 D 



Total 
114 

57 



Dexaocratic 



maj 18 

OMo. 

GOVERNOR, '79. 

Foster, Ewing, Piatt, 

Nat. 



38 



56 





E. 


D. 


Adac-^ 


. 2391 


2G00 


Allen. 


. 2592 


3315 


Ashland 


. 2576 


3188 


Ashtabula.... 


. 6248 


2235 


Athens 


. 3361 


2289 


Auglaise 


. 1473 


2899 


Belmont 


. 5253 


5356 


Brown 


. 2907 


4155 


Butler 


. 3596 


5674 


Carroll 


. 2175 


1548 


Champaign.. 


. 3802 


2709 


Clarke 


. 6200 


3639 


Clermont 


. 3677 


4070 


Clinton 


. 3589 


2051 


Columbiana.. 


. 5588 


4240 


Coshocton.... 


. 2738 


3389 


Crawford 


. 2213 


4193 


Cayahoga 


. 17496 


11940 


Darke 


. 3659 


4762 


Defiance 


. 1694 


2800 


Delaware 


. 3246 


3014 


Erie 


. 3286 


2973 


Fairfield 


. 2943 


4833 


Fayette 


. 2082 


2174 


Franklin 


. 8433 


9313 


Fulton 


. 2498 


1632 


Gallia 


. 3328 


2491 


Geauga 


2844 


775 


Greene 


, 4582 
. 3179 


2440 


Guernsey 


2527 


Hamilton 


29G16 


25971 


Hancock 


. 2911 


3308 


Hardin 


. 3312 


3033 


Harrison 


. 2639 


2110 


Henry 


1474 


2506 


Highland 


. 3549 


3444 


Hocking 


. 1067 


2371 


Holmes 


. 12C6 


3167 


Huron 


. 4149 


3203 


Jackson 


. 2424 


2022 


Jefferson 


. 39:8 


2915 


Knox 


. ?>1?2 


3436 


Lake 


2061 


1085 


Lawrence 


3r,30 


2794 


Licking 


404:) 


5413 


Logan 


. 3!72 


2228 


Lorain 


5058 


2656 


Lucas 


5152 
2553 


5245 


Madison 


2391 


Mahoning 


4179 


3853 



PRESIDENT, '76 

Hayes, Tilden 



38 

116 

73 

165 

67 

26 

51 

41 

119 

403 

4 

204 

29 

43 

432 

74 

34 

2 

95 

1 

12 

162 

60 

7 

70 



102 

47 

2 

19 



75 
16 
76 
61 
119 
154 
90 
53 
97 



R. 

2141 
2481 
2387 
6771 
3413 
1521 
4976 
2956 
3351 
2060 
3528 
6136 
3848 
3500 
5417 
2518 
2312 
18198 
3577 
1520 
3237 
3158 
2770 
2436 
7557 
2697 
3202 
3004 
4488 
3106 
28369 
2811 
2830 
2564 
1527 
3341 
1475 
1241 
4504 
2522 
4067 
3151 
2941 
3975 
3962 
32:)9 
6187 
6524 
2191 
3921 



D. 
2546 
3515 
3021 
2294 
2195 
3560 
5024 
4068 
6029 
1554 
2872 
3536 
4315 
2048 
4000 
3312 
4365 
14425 
4667 
2888 
2809 
3112 
4597 
1874 
9383 
1597 
2302 

808 
2494 
2160 
29451 
3215 
2702 
2020 
2445 
3323 
2259 
3171 
3014 
1954 
2922 
3;',01 
1141 
2949 
6473 
2286 
2720 
5155 
2145 
3691 I 



Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

RichlaKd 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Starke 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas ... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



Foster. 
2032 
3107 
40C7 
1118 
4639 
1243 
8547 
2420 
2305 
5641 
2317 
1311 
1289 
2503 
2640 
1570 
3652 
2952 
1557 
3863 
4406 
2C43 
3365 
3921 
2031 
700S 
5146 
6997 
37r9 
2947 
2374 
1539 
4225 
4505 
4232 
2761 
3773 
2282 



Ewing. 

2777 
2137 
2831 
2646 
8416 
3112 
9257 
2100 
2005 
6243 
2008 
2275 
1210 
2972 
2.J53 
2088 
3104 
2627 
3045 
4721 
4511 
3427 
3029 
4627 
2945 
6899 
3831 
3054 
4579 
2144 
2479 
1891 
2449 
4138 
4170 
2628 
3187 
2812 



Piatt. 

41 

3 

4 

31 

110 

6L8 

98 

8 

112 

45 

198 

27 

22 

349 

11 

48 

114 

67 

14 

16 
2S7 

53 
108 

14 
158 
178 
278 
184 

10 
8 

24 

4 

361 

12 

89 
217 



Hayes. 

1918 
3119 
3902 
1128 
4388 
14G2 
7921 
2376 
2450 
5232 
2225 
1336 
1313 
2084 
2505 
1465 
3712 
3004 
1606- 
3049 
4177 
3032 
3359 
3793 
19C5 
6410 
5055 
6133 
3574 
2939 
2290 
1533 
4146 
4361 
4009 
2701 
4079 
2079 



Tilden 
2603 
2192 
2773 

2840 
3509 
3805 
8971 
2108 
2046 
6457 
2090 
2208 
1180 
2810 
3389 
2096 
3006 
2551 
3174 
44u7 
4431 
3330 
3925 
4515 
3141 
6772 
3804 
3030 
4545 
2073 
2410 
1817 
2559 
4492 
4598 
2546 
3245 
2619 



Total 336261 319132 9072 330098 323182 

Total vote for Governor, including 4,145 Prohibi- 
tion, 668,610; Foster over Ewing, 17,129. Total 
vote for President, including 3 057 Greenback and 
1,636 Prohibition, 658,573; Hayes over Tilden, 7,516. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Hep. JDem. Tonp. 

1872 Sec'y of State..265930 251780 2045 

1872 President 281852 245484 2100 

1873 Governor 213837 214654 

1874 Sec'y of State..221204 238406 7815 

1875 Governor 297817 292273 2593 

1876 President 330698 323182 

1876 Sec'y of State..316872 311098 

1877 Governor 249105 271625 *4830 

1878 Sec'y of State..274120 270966 5674 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 



Maj. 

12104 B 

. 34268 B 

817 D 

17202 D 
5544 B 
7510 B 
5784 B 

22520 I) 
3154 B 



Wsi Bep. 

1 12758 

II 12914 

III 14350 

IV 15879 

V 12847 

VI 12072 

VII 11278 

VIII 11982 

IX 16798 

X 12245 

XI 13997 

XII 14566 

Xlir 11827 

XTV 12063 

XV 11039 



Dem. 
12036 
11940 
15437 
10822 
14676 
16110 
13182 
1G237 
17786 
12579 
15355 
12493 
11950 
14:]ro 
15G17 



Ghl: Pro. Maj. 

172 273 1? 

272 442- Tif 

321 121 645 D 

367 829 3861 B 

2329 319 1828 D 

2544 1494 i) 

7893 1904 2) 

845 107 D 

1275 508 988 D 

122 D 

249 D 
1331 B 

123 D 

2491 22S7 D 

1839 256 2483 D 



1104 



670 



* In 1BT7, there w»s an aggregate Labor vote of 29,201 cast 
for Governor, and 38,322 for Secretary iu 1878. 



"•■ 










78 












THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 




Dist. 


Eep. 


Bern. 


Ghlc. 


Pro. 


Maj. 


Rhode Island 








XVI.. 


15489 


14255 


1272 


94 


1234 i? 




GOVERNOR 


.'79.PRESIDENT.'76 




xvri 


17253 


14575 






2678 2? 




Van Zandt.Secar.Haves.Tilden 




XVIII 


15320 


12641 


2793 




2679 i? 






M. 


B. IL 


P 




XIX 


17166 


7553 


3148 


98 


6307 R 


Bristol 




i92 105 1022 


617 




XX 


13081 


7271 


4934 


2085 


5810 i2 


Kent 


1220 701 1429 


964 




PRESKNT STATE GOVERNMENT. 




Newport 


1206 463 1831 


1045 




Governor, Charles Foster ; Lieutenant Governor, 
Andrew Hinlcenlooper; Secretary of State, Milton 
Barnes; Auditor, John T. Oglevee ; State Treasurer, 
Joseph Turney ; Attorney General, George K. Nash — 


Providence 


5 


731 8427 9961 
368 812 1544 

717 5508 15787 1 


7-'>04 




Washington 


1 


882 




Total 


9 






9712 




all Eepubhcans 












Total vote for Governor, 1879, including 318 Green- 




PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 




back and 110 Prohibition, 


15,653 


Van Zandt 


over 








benate. 


House. 


Total 


Segar, 4,209. Total vote for President, including 60 




Kepublicans 






22 


69 


91 


Greenback and 68 Prohibition. 26,627 ; Hayes 


over 




Democrats 







15 


45 


60 


Tilden, 5.075. 


















• — 


— 


— 


VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 






Kepublican maj 





7 


24 


31 




Bern. 


Rejj. 


I.-Rep. Maj 


















1872 President 


6329 


13665 


8336 


R 






Urc^g«L»ii. 








1872 Governor 


8308 


9463 


1155 


n 






SEC. 


IF STATE, '78. 


PRESIDENT,'76 


1873 Governor 


3786 


9656 


5870 


n 






Earhart,Reames,Cates,Hayes 


Tilden 


1874 Governor 


1589 


12335 


1074C 


Ji 






R. 


I). 


N. 


R. 


D. 


1875 Governor 


5166 


8368 


8724 356 I.R 




Baker 


372 


538 




319 


649 


1876 President 


10712 


15787 


5075 


R 




Benton 


665 


696 


131 


615 


667 


1877 Governor 


11787 


12458 


671 


R 




Clackamas 


1003 


760 


66 


950 


724 


1878 Governor 


7639 


11454 


3815 


R 




Clatsop 


530 


604 


1 


432 


385 


VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN 


. 1878. 






Columbia 


187 


201 


2 


156 


179 


Bist. 


Bern. Rep. Ghlc. M 


i. 




Coos 


566 


526 




671 


615 


I 


1332 59G9 675 4637 R 




Curry 


156 


165 




131 


124 


II 


4540 6 


572 311 1032 R 




Douglas 


1076 


1072 


3 


1002 


847 


PRESENT 


STATE GOVERNMENT. 






Grant 


489 


445 


7 


314 


277 


Governor, Charles C. Van Zandt 


: Lieutenant Gov- 




Jackson 


645 


850 


172 


585 


840 


ernor, Albert C. Howard ; Secretary of State, Joshua 




Josephine 


187 


242 


73 


209 


252 


M. Addeman; Attorney G 


3neral, 


Will ard Sayles; 




Lake 


195 


284 


1 


173 


258 


General Treasurer, Samuel Clark- 


-all Renublicans- 




Lane 


945 


928 


143 


949 


946 


PRESENT 


STATE 


LEGISLATURE. 






Linn 


. 1134 


1411 


444 


1324 


1404 






Senate. House. 


Total 




Marion 

Multnomah 

Polk 


1705 

2379 

689 


1200 

1750 

692 


124 

18 
159 


1782 

2122 

008 


1154 
1525 

542 








29 54 
8 18 


83 




Democrats 






26 














Tillamook 

Umatilla 


121 

658 
474 
635 


67 
965 
611 

857 


3 

14 

87 
2 


119 
486 
366 
491 


76 
742 
625 
621 


Republican maj... 






21 36 

't '76.PRESTD' 


57 




South Carolins 

CONailESS.*'78.PUESir 






Union 






AVasco 


T '7^^ 




Washington 


755 


648 


5 


692 


423 




Hayes,Tilden,Grant,GreeIey 




Yam Hill 


865 


830 


2 


810 


674 


M. 


D. 


R. 


B. R. 


/), 
















Abbeville 3 


6851 


3718 


3804 3343 


841 




Total 


16333 


16042 


1447 


15206 


14149 


Aiken 635 


4989 


2218 


2901 2309 


649 




Total vote for Secretary of State, 33,822 ; Earhart 


Anderson 309 


3416 


1209 


4003 1069 


988 




over Reames, 291. Total vote for President, 


includ- 


Barnwell 1611 


6679 


2835 


3895 2283 


582 




ing 510 Greenbi 


ick, 29,865; Ha\ 


es over Tilden, 1,057. 


Beaufort 4945 


420 


7570 


2250 4508 


495 




VOTE FOB OXaER CANDIDATES, 


1878. 




Charleston... 9090 


14245 


15103 


8778 9930 


3548 








Bern. 


Rep. 


Ind. 


Maj. 


Chester 


2798 


2440 


1973 2378 


655 




Govprnor 




16063 


16009 


1353 


54 D 


Chesterfield.. 985 


1545 


988 


1626 662 


500 




Treasurer 




15493 


16555 


726 


1062 R 


Clarendon.... 1466 


2181 


1896 


1425 1231 


200 




Congress 




16554 


15384 


930 


1170 B 


Colleton 2152 


4299 


4233 


2921 2192 


419 




VOTES 


OP THE 


STATE 


SINCE 


L872. 




Darlington... 2773 


3910 


3521 


2737 2883 


465 








Bern. 


Rep. 


Ind. 


Maj. 


Edgefield 170 


7185 


3124 


6257 3750 


1113 




1872 President 




7753 


11818 




3493 R 


Faii'field 


2556 


2930 


2036 2565 


659 




1873 Congress . 




8194 


6123 




2071 B 


Georgetown . 1307 


1468 


2791 


1055 2113 


192 




1874 Governor 




9713 


9103 


6532 


550 B 


(Ireenville.... 


2918 


1775 


4130 1503 


1028 




1875 Congress . 




9373 


9106 


837 


207 B 


Horry 426 

Kershaw 741 


1748 


697 


1934 4'^5 


342 




1876 President 




14158 


15208 


608 


1050 R 


2743 


2070 


1752 1417 


366 




1876 Congress . 




14239 


15347 




1108 R 


Lancaster 


2802 


1259 


1519 966 


558 




PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 




Laurens 1880 


3016 


1814 


2907 2201 


844 




Governor, W 


W. Thayer, D. 


; Secretary cf State, 


Lexington 


1437 


1295 


2095 794 


241 




Pv. P. Earhart, 


R. I Treasurer 


, EdM'ard Hirsh, R. : 


Marion 2238 


3640 


2502 


3146 2447 


428 




State Printer, Wm. B. Carter, i?. ; Superintendent of 


Marlborough 1282 


2583 


1617 


1942 1610 


107 




Public Instruction, L. J 


. Powell, B. 






Newberry.... 2122 


3118 


2844 


2120 2867 


806 




PRESENT STATE LEGLSLATURE. 




Oconee 216 


1607 


537 


2098 511 


393 










Senate. 


House. 


Total 


Orangeburg.. 2626 


4142 


4486 


2835 2864 


620 




Democrats 







18 


30 


48 


Pickens 35 


1489 


423 


1994 494 


409 




Republicans ... 






10 


27 


37 


Richland 1783 


4599 


3904 


2382 3247 


701 




Independents .. 






2 


3 


5 
























* There was an election for Governor 


m 1878, but the Dem- 




Democratic maj 





6 





6 


ocratic ticket had no ^pposiaon. 









Congress.Hayes.Tilden.Grant.Greeley 
Spartanburg. ... 3131 1545 4603 1146 1215 

Sumter 2940 4776 3896 2351 2886 436 

Union 2800 1809 2461 1544 1577 

Williamsb'g. 2195 3037 2455 1749 2069 319 
York 2952 2466 3217 2083 1092 

Total 45081 116917 91870 90896 72290 22683 

Total vote for Congress, 161,998 ; Democratic ma- 
jority, 71,836. Total vote in 1876 for President, 
182,766 ; Hayes over Tilden, according to Returning 
Board count, 974. Total vote, 1872, for President, 
including 187 for O'Conor, 95,160; Grant over 
Greeley, 49,607. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bep. Dem. MaJ. 

1872 Governor 69838 36553 33305 i? 

1872 President 72290 22683 49607 ii? 

1872 Congress 76034 19522 56512 7? 

1874 Governor 80403 68818 11585 i? 

1874 Congress 79209 62094 17115 i? 

1876 Governor 91127 92261 1134 i2 

1876 President 91870 90896 974 /tJ 

1876 Congress 91143 91559 416 D 

1878 Congress 45081 116917 71836 D 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dist. Lem. Rep. ScaVg. Maj. 

1 22707 14146 8561 D 

II 20568 13182 11 7386 D 

III 24533 6348 138 18185 D 

IV 22702 741 21901 D 

V 26409 10664 3 15745 D 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, T. B. Jeter; Treasurer, S. L. Leap- 
hart; Secretary of State, 11.31. Sims; Attorney Gen- 
eral, L. F. Youmans; Comptroller General, Johnson 
Hagood ; Superintendent of Public Education, H. S. 
Thompson; Adjutant General, E. W. Moise — all 
Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 30 120 150 

Republicans 4 4 8 

Democratic maj 26 116 142 



Tennessee. 

GOVERNOR, '78. 

"WightjMarkSjEdwards. 

R. D. N. 

Anderson 643 345 43 

Bedford 625 1823 399 

Benton 87 760 46 

Bledsoe 152 352 

Blount 989 773 

Bradley 372 402 258 

Campbell 462 134 

Cannon 105 746 16 

Carroll 1800 1370 46 

Carter 1217 349 

Cheatham 90 774 103 

Claiborne 719 824 1 

Clay 43 421 77 

Cocke 1155 854 

Coffee 54 1100 117 

Crockett 

Cumberland.... 91 219 1 

Davidson 1543 4518 2661 

Decatur 66 463 3 

De Kalb 102 891 34 

Dickson 64 671 304 

Dyer 2 965 239 

Fayette 1119 996 399 



PRESIDENT, '76 


, Hayes,T 


ilden 


R. 


JJ. 


782 


643 


1734 


2568 


304 


1021 


333 


416 


1248 


866 


937 


790 


709 


379 


343 


1113 


2129 


1844 


1186 


359 


267 


899 


948 


762 


130 


614 


1187 


825 


172 


1355 


243 


249 


5447 


7562 


324 


820 


391 


1050 


446 


1341 


110 


1403 


2716 


2579 



Wight.Marks.Edwards.Hayes.Tilden 

Fentress 82 188 ... 362 201 

Franklin 39 2041 22 276 2275 

Gibson 51 1754 870 1148 3349 

Giles 834 2325 296 1867 3276 

Grainger 672 821 8 1045 782 

Greene.... 1682 1781 ... 1836 1809 

Grundy 48 245 7 65 520 

Hamblen 841 880 ... 942 800 

Hamilton 1103 711 43 1888 1613 

Hancock 721 385 ... 644 392 

Hardeman 36 860 313 1418 1884 

Hardin 422 592 ... 1071 988 

Hawkins 1500 1388 8 1477 1333 

Haywood 1641 997 326 3018 1894 

Henderson 240 925 210 999 1357 

Henry 115 1705 17 800 2625 

Hickman 77 1115 153 179 1273 

Houston 14 311 42 197 1415 

Humphrey 81 840 208 100 602 

Jackson 39 631 21 23 1357 

James 131 160 147 354 283 

Jefferson 1218 655 ... 1703 780 

Johnson 711 119 ... 717 205 

Knox 2203 1753 320 3072 2929 

Lake 99 44 ... 411 

Lauderdale 1 550 313 682 1264 

Lawrence 44 641 439 207 879 

Lewis 3 229 35 12 206 

Lincoln 214 2206 73 598 4020 

Loudon 619 414 11 1007 603 

Macon 60 454 59 388 581 

Madison 54 981 927 1581 3099 

Marion 395 363 ... 718 679 

Marshall 70 1423 70 685 2159 

Maury 1860 3303 13 2787 3031 

McMinn 763 954 20 1445 1249 

McNairy 288 784 661 974 1336 

Meigs 170 474 30 330 619 

Monroe 407 816 24 733 1300 

Montgomery... 467 2011 921 2097 2838 

Morgan 177 152 ... 453 274 

Obion 24 1483 111 440 2428 

Overton 117 704 9 279 1017 

Perry 16 399 99 129 807 

Polk 112 473 49 437 703 

Putnam 640 117 794 930 

Rhea 213 560 11 281 617 

Roane 761 569 3 1595 183 

Robertson 318 1558 48 828 2196 

Rutherford 785 2078 188 1904 3022 

Scott 321 9 ... 308 69 

Sequatchie 39 166 ... 113 254 

Sevier 1063 209 36 1546 342 

Shelby 1817 2699 1729 8127 8539 

Smith.... 108 1381 110 645 1733 

Stewart 159 917 100 344 1398 

Sullivan 863 1873 7 993 1929 

Sumner 230 1937 44 956 2450 

Tipton 36 814 575 1274 1449 

Trousdale 43 627 31 159' 668 

Unicoi 646 364 

Union 4 193 2 831 514 

VanBuren 188 1037 112 31 238 

Warren 1053 1427 ... 450 1670 

Washington.... 300 517 6 1739 1421 

Wayne 120 1537 78 669 712 

Weakly 13 1048 84 841 2265 

White 613 2299 24 122 1240 

Williamson .... 424 1944 319 1632 2564 

Wilson 188 1037 112 1080 2854 

Total 42328 89018 15196 89506 133166 

Total vote for Governor, 140,542 ; JMarks over 

Wight, 46 690. Total vote for President, 222,732 ; 

Tilden over Hayes, 43,000. 



TOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Bep. Maf. 

18T2 President 94391 83655 10736 D 

1872 Congress-at-Large 103088 80825 22263 D 

1874 Governor 103061 55843 47218 1) 

1876 Governor 123740 73695 50045 D 

1876 President 133166 89566 43600 -D 

1878 Governor 89018 42328 46690 1) 

VOTE FOR CONGP.ESSMEN, 1878. 

IHst. Dem. Ind.-JJem. Fep. Gblc, 3Iaj. 



L. 
II.. 



11695 
6167 



10960 
5-18 



735 D 
45 4381 B 



III 10409 4205 6204 i) 



3075 1) 

876 5781 i> 

2403 4790 4827 D 

3133 1058 2) 

5257 3104 D 

3436 D 



IV 7966 4291 

V 8385 2594 

VI 9614 

VII 6591 5533 

VIII 8361 

IX 7998 4562 

X 6522 3199 1357 2323 D 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Albert S. Marlis; Secretary of State, 
Charles N. Gilibs; Treasurer, M. T. I'o'lk; Comp- 
troller, Joseph L. Gaines; Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, J.eon Trousdale; Commissioner of Ag- 
riculture, J. P.. Killebrew — all Democrats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. JToMse. 

Democrats 20 56 

Bepublicans 3 15 

Greenbackers 2 4 



Total 

70 

18 

6 



Democratic maj.. 



Texas. 



15 



37 



62 





PRESIDENT, '76 




Tilden,Hayes 




D. 


B. 


Anderson 


... 1216 


1043 


Angelina 


... 233 


43 


Aransas... 


... 127 


14 


Atascosa . 


... 177 


16 


Austin.... 


... 1086 


725 


Bandera.. 


... 115 


4 


Bastrop ... 


... 1116 


999 


Bee 


... 166 




Boll 


... 2065 


149 


Bexar 


... 1284 


763 


Blanco .... 


... 252 


51 


Bosqne ... 


.. 734 


49 


Bowie 


... 602 


190 


Brazoria . 


... 317 


923 


Brazos .... 


... 1132 


964 


Brown 


... 625 


1 


Burleson.. 


... 652 


438 


Burnet. ... 


... 404 


11 


Caldwell . 


... 650 


316 


Calhoun . 


... 170 


137 


Cameron . 


... 893 


123 


Camp 


... 383 


319 



Chambers... 



1249 
150 



465 
11 
453 
8 



Cherokee ... 1101 

Clay 42 

Coleman 123 

Collin 2141 231 

Colorado .... 1036 1322 

Comal 176 206 

Comanche 

Cooke 1468 

Coryell 1059 



Dallas.. 

Delta 

Denton.... 
Do Witt... 
Eastland.. 



3029 
477 

1501 
725 
175 



61 

75 
232 



PRESIDENT, '70 

Tilden,Hayes 

D. B. 

Ellis 1784 3 

El Paso 121 66 

Erath 892 4 

Falls 1236 277 

Famin 1620 395 

Fayette 1515 1408 

Ft. Bend 199 10^7 

Fiankland .. 472 6 
Freestone ... 

Frio 42 7 

Galveston ... 2889 1054 

Gillespie 133 132 

Goliad 304 112 

Gonzciles 1129 390 

Grayson 3078 759 

Gregg 091 616 

Grimes 705 1184 

Gaudalupe .. 697 445 

Hamilton ... 460 

Hardin 36 

Harris 2378 1681 

Harrison 1299 2947 

Hays 610 165 

Henderson .. 628 224 

Hidalgo 100 35 

Hill 1629 4 

Hood 671 3 

Hopkins 1426 202 

Houston 1037 958 

Hunt.... 1612 94 

Jack 97 43 

Jackson 160 186 

Jnsper 365 

Jefferson 170 60 

Johnson 1701 33 

Karnes 277 1 

Kauffman... 1428 77 

Kendall 01 153 ! 



222 

lo:iO 

341 
311 
146 

46 
288 
132 



Tilden.Hayes Tilden 

Korr 104 66 Befugio 163 

Kimball 9 ... llobeitson... 1459 

28 Bockwell... 
867 RiLsk 

5 Sabine 

307 St.Augusti'e 

155 San Jacinto. 

194 San Patricio 

173 San Saba 

241 Shackelford. 

2 Shelby 716 

... Smith 1738 

... Sommerville 209 

826 Starr 46 

62 Stephens 

652 1018 Tarrant 1033 

71 17 Titus 512 

166 Tom Green 

61 Travis 1947 

66 Trinity 232 

... Tyler 346 

292 Upshur 

8 Uvalde 

507 Van Zandt.. 

168 Victoria 

453 Walker 397 

678 Waller 600 

... Washington 1082 

109 Webb 244 

29 Wharton .... 39 
... Williamson. 1106 

29 Wilson 300 

77 Wise 583 

19 Wood 825 

... Young 252 

... Zapata 46 



209 

81 

114 



Kinney 144 

Lamar 2177 

Lampasas ... 474 

Lavaca 1015 

Lee 843 

Leon 961 

Liberty 346 

Limestone... 1499 

Live Oak.... 156 

Llano 116 

McCulloch .. 121 

McLennan.. 2027 

Madison 618 

Marion 

Mason 

Matagorda .. 
Maverick.... 

Medina 

Menard 

Milam' 1620 

Montague ... 464 

Montgom'y. 670 

Morris 342 

Nac'gdoches 858 

Navarro 1677 

Newton 268 

Nueces 603 

Orange 79 

Palo Pinto... 204 

Panola 1198 

Parker 1019 

Pecos 122 

Polk 275 

Presidio 

Bains 304 

Bed Biver... 1233 867 Total 104803 44803 

Total vote for President, 149,606; Tilden over 
Hayes, 60 000. 



184 
740 
382 



Hayes 

3 

1459 

22 

1023 

318 

342 

1 

1 

1 

42 

1496 

65 

2 

138 

126 

1309 
67 
28 

364 
11 

156 

193 
1 

930 

2256 

39 

404 

172 
95 
27 

224 
22 
64 



VOTES OP THE STATE SINCE 1872. 



Maj. 
22140 B 
19029 D 
47611 D 
100581 D 
69955 B 
89529 B 



Dem.. Bep. GbJc. 

1872 Congress 68622 46482 

1872 President 66455 47426 

1873 Governor 99984 62353 .... 

1875 Governor 150581 60000 

1876 President 104755 44800 

1878 Governor 158933 23402 55002 

VOTE FOB CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dist. Dem. Opp.'^ Maj. 

I 18038 199 17839 D 

II 19728 9617 10111 P 

III 40848 9718 31130 D 

IV 30535 9039 21490 D 

V 19721 21101 13S0 (? 

VI 19199 15671 3528 i> 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Oran M. Boberts; Lieutenant Governor, 
Jos. D. Sayers ; Secretary of State, John D. Temple- 
ton; Attorney General, Goo. McCormick; Control- 
ler, Stephen H. Darden ; Treasurer, F. B. lubrock ; 
Land Commissioner, William C. Walsh— all Demo- 
crats. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATFRE. 

Senate. House. Total 

27 71 98 

3 12 15 

1 10 11 



Democrats 

Bepublicans.... 
Greenbackers.. 



Democratic maj.. 



23 



49 



* Greenback, 50,475; Independent and Bcpublican, 15,870. 



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Vermont. 

GOVERNOR, 1878. 

Proctor,Bing- Martirij 
E. ham,D. Gblc. 

Addison 3873 652 "~" 

Bennington 2521 1685 

Caledonia 2734 1443 

Chittenden 3413 1905 

Essex 716 465 

Franklin 3182 1638 

Grand Isle 435 274 

Lamoille 1361 601 

Orange 2853 1743 

Orleans .'. 2417 814 

Paitland 4025 2367 

Washington 2750 1809 

Windham 3061 507 

Windsor 3971 1471 

Total 37312 17247 2635 44091 20254 

Total vote for Governor, 57,194; Proctor over 
Bingham, 20,065. Total vote for President, includ- 
ing 37 scattering, 64,382 ; Hayes over Tilden, 23,837. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Eejy. Dem. Gbk. Maj. 

1872 Governor 41946 16613 25333 i? 

1872 President 41487 10947 29947 1? 

1874 Governor; 33582 13258 20324 i? 

1876 Governor 44723 20988 23735 72 

1876 President 44091 20254 23837 72 

1878 Governor 37312 17247 2635 20065 22 




List. 
I... 
II... 
III... 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dem. Rep. GbJc. 



6897 
4890 
1095 



12000 

12281 35 
4330 8367 



Maj. 
6703 B 
749172 
4037 G 



PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Eedfield Proctor; Lieutenant Governor, 
Eben P. Colton ; Treasurer, John A. Page ; Secretary 
of State, Geo. Nichols; Auditor, E. H. Powell — ^all 
Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 29 * 175 204 

Democrats 1 43 44 

Greenbackers and Inds ... 14 14 



Republican maj.. 



28 



118 146 



Tirginia. 

GOVERNOR, 1877. PRESIDENT, 1876 

Holliday,Scat'g, Tilden, Hayes 



a 

Accomack... 530 

Albemarle 2033 1260 

Alexandria 190 

Alleghany 151 

Amelia 834 

Amherst 645 

Appomattox 749 

Augusta 1784 

Bath 329 

Bedford 1739 

Bland 625 

Bjtetourt 677 

Brunswick 877 

Bachanan 423 

Buckingham IIH 

Campbell 3402 

Caroline 1277 

Carroll 1127 

Charles City 248 

Charlotte 884 

Chesterfield 781 





1). 


72. 




2477 


1214 





2806 


2243 


1 


237 


587 




493 


146 




454 


674 




1791 


1373 


4 


946 


809 




3357 


922 




563 


82 




2924 


1863 




563 


60 


i 


1481 


612 


2 


1391 


1347 




1330 


2 




1157 


1366 




3387 


2940 


4 


1494 


1422 


2 


1270 


223 


.. 


397 


654 




917 


1047 


i 


1711 


1629 



Holliday.g 

Clarke 891 

Craig 464 

Culpeper 1472 

Cumberland 628 

Dinwiddle 607 

Elizabeth City 212 

Essex 659 

Fairfax 1494 

Fauquier 1184 

Floyd 1303 

Fluvanna.. 731 

Franklin 114:5 

Frederick 1136 

Giles 1024 

Gloucester 462 

Goochland 623 

Grayson 1478 

Greene 790 

Greenville 548 

Halifax 1976 

Hanover 1470 

Henrico 1359 

Henry.. 1346 

Highland 476 

Isle of Wight 1051 

James City 110 

King George 766 

King and Queen 541 

King William 966 

Lancaster 787 

Lee 813 

Loudoun 1749 

Louisa 1197 

Lunenburg 980 

Madison 404 

Mathews 210 

Mecklenburg 1508 

Middlesex 598 

Montgomery 451 

Nansemond 877 

Nelson 1120 

New Kent 442 

Norfolk 582 

Northampton 680 

Northumberland 998 

Nottoway 138 

Orange 1288 

Page 832 

Patrick 1037 

Pittsylvania 3652 

Powhatan 613 

Prince Edward 678 

Prince George 241 

Princess Anne 608 

Prince William 841 

Pulaski 1047 

Rappahannock 1084 

Richmond 1015 

Roanoke 1293 

Rockbridge 1795 

Rockingham 2377 

Russell 717 

Scott 854 

Shenandoah 1076 

Smythe 1146 

Southampton 1382 

Spottsylvania 655 

Stafford 1074 

Surry 815 

Sussex 663 

Tazewell 1444 

Warren 231 

Warwick 98 

Washington 2156 

Westmoreland 968 



;at'g. 


Tilden. Hayes 




872 


362 




406 


54 


323 


1262 


967 




724 


1137 


2 


794 


854 




462 


1290 


i 


733 


918 


2 


1652 


1390 




2276 


1269 




1041 


440 


14 


966 


762 


474 


2374 


962 




1519 


386 




762 


117 


1 


1031 


989 


1 


413 


342 




1290 


119 




587 


171 




548 


532 


.753 


2434 


2920 




1742 


1396 




1635 


1646 


1 


1350 


1178 




054 


50 




1449 


695 




233 


434 




580 


490 


1 


801 


872 




610 


776 


234 


508 


631 


42 


1313 


290 




2475 


1651 


9 


1386 


1516 


... 


971 


1054 


1 


1098 


94 




742 


321 


20 


1775 


2508 




563 


574 




1474 


810 




1620 


1188 




1033 


1059 


53 


470 


540 




2061 


2551 




779 


926 


6 


493 


394 


1 


648 


643 


4 


1113 


691 




1259 


139 


3 


1171 


393 




3512 


2821 


6 


576 


841 




1137 


1601 




588 


740 




1026 


860 


1 


1044 


488 


1 


792 


387 


4 


941 


465 


1 


499 


683 


2 


1152 


744 


1 


2505 


903 




3':;80 


608 


5 


1051 


117 


48 


1169 


631 




2693 


265 




1322 


275 


2 


1909 


1259 




947 


686 


4 


1022 


234 




636 


596 




710 


1145 




1247 


142 




931 


137 




155 


289 


3 


2128 


719 




620 


669 



HoUiday.g 

"Wise 560 

Wythe 971 

York 233 

CITIES. 

Alexandria 1550 

Danville 706 

Fredericksburg 417 

Manchester 266 

Norfolk 949 

Petersburg.... 641 

Portsmouth 194 

Richmond 1665 

Staunton 598 

Williamsburg 68 

Winchester.... 522 



t% 


Tilden. 


Eayes 




611 


138 




1611 


430 


2 


539 


818 


10 


1617 


1343 


1 


707 


810 


3 


534 


274 




675 


390 




2392 


1434 


1 


2333 


2098 




1680 


657 




7050 


5445 


3 


778 


1395 




107 


137 


8 


554 


336 



Total 101940 4329 139670 95558 

Total vote in 1877 for Governor, 106,269; Holli- 
day's majority, 97,611. There was no organized op- 
position to Holliday. Total vote in 1876 for Presi- 
dent, 235,228 ; Tilden over Hayes, 44,112. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Dem. Eep. Maj. 

1872 President 91440 93415 1972 1? 

1873 Governor 127738 93499 27239 D 

1876 Congress 139443 96480 42963 D 

1876 President 139670 95558 44112 D 

1877 Governor 101940 4329 97611 D 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Bern. I.-B. Bep. GhJc. Maj. 

7266 2296 5474 1792 B 

2739 D 
1615 B 
4346 B 
4278 B 
3373 B 
1655 B 
4147 B 
291 D 



Dkt. 

I 

II 11547 

III 5789 4172 

IV 7976 12322 

V 8545 4267 

VI 7893 4520 

VII 7235 5580 

VIII 5772 1625 

IX 5120 4829 631 4640 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, F. W. M. Holliday, B. ; Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, Jas. A. Walker, B. ; Attorney General, Jas. G. 
Field, D. ; Secretary, F. T. Fauntleroy, '^Fus. ; Treas- 
urer, Corbin M. Reynolds, Fus. ; Auditor, John E. 
Massey, Fus. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 31 83 114 

RepubUcans 9 17 26 

Democratic maj 22 66 88 

On the question of the debt settlement, there are 
17 Democratic Readjusters (or Repudiators) in the 
Senate and 41 in the House. The Republicans, with 
two or three exceptions, have acted with the Repu- 
diators. 

West Virginia, 

PRESIDENT,1876.G0VERN0R,1876 

Hayes,Tilden,Gofi[,Mathew8 





B. 


D. 


• B. 


B. 


Barbour 


893 


1228 


792 


1187 


Berkeley 


1563 


1897 


1565 


1837 


Boone 


176 


526 


253 


745 


Braxton 


371 


950 
641 


472 
491 


959 


Brooke 


496 


610 


Cabell 


742 


1355 


755 


1405 


Calhoun 


258 


525 


278 


553 


Clay 


129 


142 


137 


330 


Doddridge 


673 


734 


833 


760 



* The Republicans and the Repudiation members of the 
Legislature formed a combination and divided these and minor 
offices between them. 



Hayes.Tilden.Goff.Mathews 

Fayette 633 968 465 800 

Gilmer 276 583 333 678 

Grant 636 316 668 364 

Greenbrier 613 1669 804 1632 

Hampshire 238 1657 208 1326 

Hancock 618 428 482 400 

Hardy 147 877 142 1005 

Harrison 1711 1958 2000 1664 

Jackson 1239 1298 1224 1306 

Jefferson 975 2022 845 1907 

Kanawha 2121 2833 2289 2524 

Lewis 833 1198 967 996 

Lincoln 291 607 343 1026 

Logan 61 683 57 1007 

McDowell 18 139 1577 1711 

Marion 1560 1735 1900 1375 

Marshall 1971 1499 1877 1828 

Mason 1890 1930 168 933 

Mercer 161 738 678 899 

Mineral 697 371 1568 1046 

Monongalia 1572 1136 846 1162 

Monroe 605 1235 552 130 

Morgan 519 422 46 231 

Nicholas 277 523 392 687 

Ohio 3240 3831 3444 3640 

Pendleton 346 808 364 761 

Pleasants 319 610 365 465 

Pocahontas 239 627 237 586 

Preston 2138 1224 1932 1029 

Putnam 694 977 707 920 

Raleigh 314 625 405 636 

Randolph 300 944 332 989 

Ritchie 1099 977 1116 924 

Roane 648 924 677 896 

Summers 496 869 436 926 

Taylor...; 1227 1082 1261 1047 

Tucker 130 316 133 341 

Tyler 985 810 866 668 

Upshur 1029 582 1085 573 

Wayne 631 1362 534 1893 

Webster 43 324 49 440 

Wetzel 505 1273 624 1292 

Wirt 435 599 473 597 

Wood .*. 2096 2265 2293 2318 

Wyoming 239 188 137 236 

Total 42001 56565 43477 56206 

Total vote for President, 99,939 ; Tilden over Hayes, 
14,564 ; Greenback vote, 1,373. Total vote in October 
for Governor, 100,015; Mathews over Goff, 12,729; 
Independent vote, 332. 

VOTES OF THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Bern. Bep. I.-Bein. Maj. 

1872 Governor 40305 42883 ' 2583I.-D 

1872 President 29537 32283 600 2143 B 

1874 Congress 37823 28874 8949 B 

1876 Congress 66350 43066 13284 B 

1876 President 66565 42001 14564 B 

1876 Governor 56206 43477 12729 B 

1878 Congress 50318 20056 *24531 25787 B 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Bist. Bern. Bep. Gbk. Maj. 

I 15857 12448 4087 3409 D 

II 15421 7587 4231 7834 D 

III 19040 10213 2827 D 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Henry M. Mathews; Secretary of State, 
Sobieski Brady ; Auditor, Joseph S. Miller ; Treasu- 
rer, Tho8. J. West ; Attorney General, Robt. White ; 
Superintendent of Schools, W. K. Pendleton — all 
Democrats. 



* Greenback vote. Republicans had no candidate In Third 
District. 



PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Democrats 21 40 61 

Republicans 2 8 10 

Greenbackers 1 17 18 

Democratic maj 18 15 33 

TVisconsin. 

GOVERNOR, '79. PRESIDENT,'76 

Smith, Jenkins, IMay, Haves,Tilden 

B. D. GhJc. B. D. 

Adams 688 201 67 981 442 

Ashland 177 113 ... 109 189 

Barron 709 280 2 644 257 

Bayfield ........ 83 30 ... 86 74 

Brown 2030 2250 117 2705 3647 

Buffalo 1324 815 11 1186 1162 

Burnett 387 22 ... 285 28 

Calumet 777 1519 215 1013 2145 

Chippewa 816 785 172 1596 1774 

Clark 1005 347 151 1255 660 

Columbia 2762 1673 126 3532 2493 

Crawford 938 755 314 1355 1604 

Dane 4623 4072 501 5435 5726 

Dodge 2670 4139 309 3282 6360 

Door 613 94 315 1095 596 

Douglas 39 24 ... 46 71 

Dunn 1358 621 3 2033 894 

Eau Claire 1488 1031 39 2266 1785 

Fond du Lac. 3584 3834 583 4845 6659 

Grant 3111 1703 625 4723 3198 

Green 2000 1104 361 2601 1735 

Green Lake... 1092 637 332 1738 1514 

Iowa 1775 1447 305 2651 2348 

Jackson......... 1836 387 192 1507 718 

Jefferson 2301 2760 210 2874 4134 

Juneau 1227 926 216 1714 1458 

Kenosha........ 1180 966 15 1612 1433 

Kewaunee .... 254 888 3 561 1654 

La Crosse 2234 910 799 2644 2482 

Lafayette 1673 1619 115 2424 2299 

Lincoln 172 49 49 72 174 

Manitowoc ... 1898 2728 5 2700 3908 

Marathon 661 1334 289 668 1796 

Marinette 978 24S ... New county 

Marquette 614 747 41 695 1112 

Milwaukee.... 8682 6410 89 10000 12026 

Monroe 1862 992 395 2258 2030 

Oconto 867 673 1 1813 1174 

Outagamie 1298 2500 405 1859 3608 

Ozaukee 519 1485 220 583 2480 

Pepin 629 177 2 836 394 

Pierce 1520 319 320 21.35 985 

Polk 1196 303 ... 1019 362 

Portage 1420 1218 98 1855 1794 

Price 39 81 2 New county 

Racine 2547 1766 164 3360 2880 

Richland 1713 580 428 2038 1591 

Rock 4169 1600 218 5707 2814 

St. Croix 1842 1382 12 1775 1736 

Sauk 2387 917 384 3395 2201 

Shawano 515 699 13 582 873 

Sheboygan 2113 2140 714 3224 3634 

Taylor 296 256 1 240 245 

Trempealeau.. 1697 301 371 2360 790 

Yernon 2092 377 707 2763 1117 

Walworth 3286 1095 55 4212 1970 

Washington... 1277 2190 86 1321 3047 

Waukesha .... 2574 2468 190 3129 3.335 

Waupaca 1830 1053 299 2642 1592 

Waushara 1487 169 112 2080 548 

Winnebago ... 3086 2439 827 5092 4426 

Wood 519 375 403 6.59 745 

Total 100539 75023 12998 130068 123927 

Total veto for GoYernor, including 387 Prohibi- 



tion, 188,947; Smith over Jenkins, 25,516. Total 
vote for President, including 1,509 Greenback, 1.53 
Prohilution and 1,684 scattering, 257,341 ; Hayes 
over Tilden, 6.141. 

VOTES or THE STATE SINCE 1872. 

Lem. Bep. Maj\ 

1872 President 86487 104992 18.515 B 

1873 Governor 81653 66224 15411 D 

1874 Congress 93484 93127 357 D 

1875 Governor 84315 85155 811 2? 

1876 Congress 125158 128031 3873 B 

1876 President 123926 130067 6141 B 

1877 Governor 70482 78753 8271 B 



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25516 B 



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14631 4677 B 

12607 2376 3105 R 



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12795 1374 B 



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135 D 
2107 D 
2601 D 



1878 Congress 93253 100037 

1879 Governor 75023 100539 

VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN, 1878. 

Dist. Bern. Bep. GhTc. 

1 9954 

II 9502 

III 11003 

IV 11167 

V 12.392 

VI 14.349 

VII 12880 

VIII 11421 

PRESENT STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Governor, Wm. E. Smith ; Lieutenant Governor, 
J. M. Bingham; Secretary of State, Hans B. War- 
ner ; Treasurer, Richard Guenthcr ; Attorney Gen- 
eral, Alex. Wilson ; Superintendent of Instruction, 
W. 0. Whitford— all Republicans. 

PRESENT STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Senate. House. Total 

Republicans 25 70 95 

Democrats 8 27 35 

Greenbackers ... 3 3 



Republican maj.. 



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Population of tlie Principal Cities and Towns 
in Pennsylvania. 

1850. 1860. 1870. 

Philadelphia 408,762 665,529 674,022 

Pittsburg 46,601 49,217 121,977 

Alleirheny 21,262 28,702 58,596 

Scranton 9,223 35,093 

Reading 15.743 23,162 33,930 

Harrisburg 7,834 13,405 23,104 

Lancaster 12,369 17,603 20,233 

Erie 6.858 9,419 19,646 

Wilkesbarre 2,723 4,253 17,264 

Williamsport 1,615 5,664 16,030 

Allentown 3,779 8,025 13,884 

Pottsville 7,515 9,444 12,384 

York 6,863 8,605 11,063 

Easton 7,250 8,944 10,987 

Norristown 6,024 8,848 10,753 

Altoona 3,591 10,610 

Chester 1,667 4,631 9,485 

Titusville 243 438 8,639 

Danville...... 3,302 6,.385 8,436 

Meadville 2,578 3,702 7,103 

Lock Haven 830 3,349 6,986 

Corry 6,809 

Pittston , 3,682 6,760 

Lebanon 2,184 4,449 6,727 

Carlisle 4,681 5,664 6,650 

Columbia , 4,140 6,007 6,461 

Carbondale 4,945 6,575 6,393 

Chambersburg 3,335 6,255 6,308 

Newcastle 1,614 1,882 6,164 

Johnstown 1,269 4,185 6,028 

Westchester 3,172 4,757 5,630 

Phcenixville 2,670 4,886 6,292 



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THE FEDERAIi GOTERNMEISTT. 



Executive Department. 

President, Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio. 

Vice President, William A. Wheeler, of New York. 

Secretary of State, Wm. M. Evarts, of New York. 

Assistant Secretary, John Hay, of Ohio. 

Chief Clerk, Sevellon A. Brown, of New York. 
Secretary of the Treasury, Jno. Sherman, of Ohio. 

Assistant Secretaries, John B. Hawley, Henry F. 
French. 

Chief Clerk, J. K. Upton. 

Register, Glenni W. Scofield, of Pa. 

Treasurer, James Gilfillan, of Conn. 

Comptroller Currency, John Jay Knox, of N. Y. 

Revenue Commissioner, Green B. Baum, of 111. 
Secretary of War, Alexander Ramsey, of Minn. 

Chief Clerk, H« T. Crosby. 
Secretary of the Navy, Richard W. Thompson, of 
Indiana. 

Chief Clerk, John W. Hogg. 
Postmaster Gexeral, David M. Key, of Tennessee. 

Assistants: 1st, James M. Tyner; 2d, Thomas J. 
Brady ; 3d, Abraham D. Hazen. 

Chief Clerk, W. A. Knapp. 
Secretary of the Interior, Carl Schurz, of Mis- 
souri. 

Assistant Secretary, Alonzo Bell. 

Chief Clerk, George M. Lockwood. 

Land Office Commissioner, J. A. Williamson. 

Pension Commissioner, John A. Bentley. 

Patent Commissioner, H. E. Paine. 

Indian Commissioner, E. A. Hayt. 

Commissioner of Agriculture, William G. Le Due. 
Attorney General, Charles Devens, of Mass. 
Solicitor General, Samuel F. Phillips, of North 

Carolina. 

The Judiciary, 

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice, Morrison R. Waite, of Ohio, aged 51, 
appointed 1874. Age. App. 

Asso. Justice, Nathan Clifford, Me 74 1858 

" Noah H. Swayne, Ohio 73 1862 

" Samuel F. Miller, Iowa 71 1862 

« . Stephen J. Field, Cal 61 1863 

« William Strong, Pa 69 1870 

*< Joseph P. Bradley, N. J 65 1870 

« Ward Hunt, N.Y 67 1872 

«* John M. Harlan, Ky 47 1877 

Clerk, D. W. Middle ton. 

Reporter," William T. Otto. 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

First Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Clifford, of Port- 
land, Maine. Districts of Maine, New Hampshire, 
Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 
Circuit Judge, John Lowell, Boston. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Hunt, of TJtica, 
N.Y. Districts of Vermont, Connecticut and New 
York. 
Circuit Judge, Sam'l Blatchford, New York City. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Strong, of Phila- 
delphia. Districts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania 
and Delaware. 
Circuit Judge, Wm. McKennan, Washington, Pa. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit— Mr. Chief Justice Waite. 
Districts of Maryland, AVest Virginia, Virginia, 
North Carolina and South Carolina. 
Circuit Judge, Hugh L. Bond, Baltimore, Md. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Bradley, of New- 
ark, N. J. Districts of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, 
IMississippi, Louisiana and Texas. 
Circuit Judge, Wm. B. Woods, Montgomery, Ala. 

Biorth Judicial Circuit—Mr. Justice Swayne, of Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Districts of Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky 
and Tennessee. 
Circuit Judge, John Baxter, Tennessee. 



Seventh Judicial Circuit — Districts of Indiana, Illinois 
and Wisconsin. 
Circuit Judge, Thomas Drummond, Chicago, 111. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit— Mr. Justice Miller, of Keo- 
kuk, Iowa. Districts of Minnesota, Iowa, Mis- 
souri, Kansas, Arkansas and Nebraska. 
Circuit Judge, George W. McCrary, Iowa. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Mr. Justice Field, of San 
Francisco, California. Districts of California, Ore- 
gon and Nevada. 
Circuit Judge, Lorenzo Sawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS. 

Chief Justice, Charles D. Drake. 
Judge, J. C. Bancroft Davis. 

" Wm. H. Hunt. 

« Charles C. Nott. 

" William A. Richardson. 
Chief Clerk, Archibald Hopkins. 



The United States Army. 

Rank. Name. Headquarters 

General William T. Sherman, Washington. 

Lieut. GENERAL...Philip H. Sheridan Chicago, 111. 

Major General... W. S. Hancock, Governor's Island, 
New York Harbor, 
" " J. M. Schofield, West Point, N. Y. 

" " Irvin McDowell, Presidio, San 

Francisco, California. 
Brig'r GENERAL...John Pope, Fort Leavenworth, 
Kansas. 
" " . Oliver 0. Howard, Vancouver Bar- 
racks, Washington Territory. 

" «' Alfred H. Terry St. Paul, Minn. 

« « E. 0. C. 0rd...San Antonio, Texas. 

" " Christian C. Auger, Newport Bar- 

racks, Kentucky. 
« " George Crook.... Fort Omaha, Neb. 



The United States Navy. 

Rank. Name. Where Serving 

Admiral David D. Porter Washington. 

Vice Admiral Stephen C. Rowan " 

Rear Admiral John Rogers, Sup't Naval Observa- 
tory, Washington. 
" ;. "„ John L. Worden, Member Board 

5 / P fC» ^ >'"-- '■ of Examiners. 

' " t/^'^' L I William E.Le Boy, waiting orders. 
" ^ **X ^- I^- P. Rodgers, Commanding 
^^w. <'-•". ; Pacific Station. 
*♦ " Stephen D. Trenchard, waiting 

orders. 
" " T. H. Patterson, Commanding Asi- 

atic Station. 
" " John C. Howell, Commanding 

European Station. 
" " E. T. Nichols, waiting orders. 

" " Robert H. Wyman, Commanding 

North Atlantic Station. 
« " Geo. B. Balch, Sup't Naval Acad- 

emy, Annapolis. 
" " Ihos. H. Stevens, waiting orders. 



Diplomatic Intercourse. 

Conntrlos. U. S. Ministers Abroad. App 

Argentine Rep Thomas 0. Osborn, 111 1874 

Austria John A. Kasson, Iowa 1877 

Belgium Wm. Cassius Goodloe, Ky 1878 

Brazil Henry W. Hilt.iaud, Ga 1877 

Central America.. .Cornelius A. Logan, 111 1879 

Chili Thomas A. Osborn, Kansas... 1877 

China Vacant 

Denmark M.J. Cramer, Ky 1876 

Franco Edward F. NoYES,Ohio 1877 

Germany Andrew D, White, N.Y 1879 

Great Britain Vacant 



Countries. U. S. Ministers Abroad. App 

Hawaiian Islands.. J. M. Comlj^, Ohio 1877 

Havti John M. Langston, D. C 1877 

Italy George P. Marsh, Yt 18G1 

Japan John A. Bingham, Ohio 1873 

Liberia John H. Smyth, N. C 1878 

Mexico John W. Foster, Ind 1873 

Netherlands James Birney, IMich 1875 

Peru J. P. Ciiristiancy. Mich 1879 

Portugal Benjamin J/oran, Pa 1877 

Russia Yacant 

Spain J. BussELL Lowell, Mass.... 1877 

Sweeden& Norway John L. Stevens, Me 1877 

Switzerland NicJwlas Fis/i,N. Y 1877 

Turkey Horace Maynard, Tenn 1875 

Uruguay John C. CaldweU,lSle 187G 

Yenezucla Jehu Baker, 111 1878 

Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipoten- 
tiary in SMALL CAPS ; Ministers Eesident in Boman ; 
Charge d' Affaires in Italics. 



The Forty-Sixth Congress. 

SENATE. 
"William A. Wheeler, of New York, Yice Presi- 
dent and President of the Senate. 
Allen G. Thurman, of Ohio, President jpro tern, 
John C. Burch, of Tennessee, Secretary. 



ALABAMA. 

1883 John T. Morgan, D. 
1885 Geo. S. Houston, D. 

ARKANSAS. 

1883 A. H. Garland, D. 
1885 Jas. D. V/alker, X>. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1881 Newton Booth, R. 
1885 James T. Farley, D. 

COLORADO. 

1883 Henry M. Teller, R. 
1885 N. P. Hill, H. 

CONNECTICUT. 

1881 Wm. W. Eaton, D. 
1885 Orville II. Piatt, R. 

DELAWARE. 

1881 Thos. F. Bavard, D. 
1883 Eli Saulshury, jD. 

FLORIDA. 

1881 Chas. W. Jones, D. 
1885 Wilkinson Call, D. 

GEORGIA. 

1883 Benj. H. Hill, D. 
1885 John B. Gordon, D. 

ILLINOIS. 

1883 David Davis, Ind. 
1885 John A. Logan, R. 

INDIANA. 

1881 Jos. E. McDonald, I>. 
1885 D. .W. Yoorhees, D. 

IOWA. 

1883 S. J. Kirkwood, R. 
1885 Wm. B. Allison, R. 

KANSAS. 

1883 P. B. Plumb, R. 
1885 Jno. J. Ingalls, R. 

KENTUCKY, 

1883 James B. Beck, D. 
1885 John S. VvlUiams, D. 

LOUISIANA. 

1883 W. P. Kellogg, R. 
1885 B. F. Jonas, X». 

MAINE. 

1881 H. Hamlin, R. 
1883 Jas. G. Blaine, R. 

MARYLAND. 

1881 Wm. P. Whyte, D. 
1885 James B. Groome, D. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

1881 H. L. Dawes, R. 
1883 Geo. F. Hoar, R. 

MICHIGAN. 

1881 H. P. Baldwin, R. 
1883 Thos. W. Ferry, R. 

MINNESOTA. 

1881 S. J. B. McMillan, i?. 
1883 Wm. Windom, R. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

1881 B. K. Bruce, R. 
1883 L. Q. C. Lamar, 2). 

MISSOURI. 

1881 F. M. Cockrell, D. 
1885 George G. Yest, JD. 

NEBRASKA. 

1881 A. S. Paddock, R. 
1883 Alvin Saunders, R. 

NEVADA . 

1881 Wm. Sharon, R. 
1885 John P. Jones, R. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

1883 Edw. H. Rollins, R. 
1885 Henry W. Blair, R. 

NEW JERSEY. 

1881 T. F. Randolph, D. 
1883 J. R. McPherson, D. 

NEW YORK. 

1881 Francis Kornan, D. 
1885 Roscoe Conkling, R. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

1883 Matt. W. Ransom, D. 
1885 Zeb. B. Yance, D. 

OHIO. 

1881 Allen G.Thurman,D. 
1885 Geo. H. Pendleton,D. 

OREGON. 

1883 Lafayette Grover, D. 
1885 James H. Slater, JD. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

1881 Wm. A. Wallace, D. 
1885 J. Don Cameron, R. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1881 A. E. Burnside, R. 
1883 II. B. Anthony, R. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1883 M. C. Butler, D. 
1885 Wado Hampton, D. 



TENNESSEE. VIRGINIA. 

1881 James E. Bailey, D. 11881 R. E. Withers, D. 
1883 Isham G. Harris, B. 1 1883 John W. Johnston,D. 

TEXAS. WEST VIRGINIA. 

1881 Samuel B. Maxey, D. ' 1881 Frank Hereford, D. 



1883 Richard Coke, I>. 

VERMONT. 

1881 Geo. F. Edmunds, R. 
1885 Justin S. Morrill, R. 



1883 Henry G. Davis, L. 

WISCONSIN. 

1881 Angus Cameron, R. 
1885 M. H. Carpenter, R. 



RECAPITULATION. 

Democrats 42 

Republicans,.... 33 

Independent 1 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIYES. 

Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania, Speaker. 

George M. Adams, of Kentucky, Clerk. 

ALABAMA. 

1 Thomas Herndon, D. 5 Thomas Williams, D. 

2 Hilary A. Herbert, D. 6 Burwell B. Lewis, D. 

3 W. J. Samford, D. 7 William II. Forney, D. 

4 Charles M. Shelley, D. 8 William M. Lowe, N. 

ARKANSAS. 

1 Poindexter Dunn, D. 3 Jordan E. Cravens, D. 

2 William F. Siemens, D. 4 Thomas M. Gunter, X>. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1 Horace Davis, R. 3 C. P. Berry, D. 

2 Horace F. Page, R. 4 Romualdo Pacheco, R. 

COLORADO. 

James B. Belford, R. 

CONNECTICUT. 

1 Joseph R. Ilawley, R. 3 John T. Wait, R. 

2 James Phelps, D. 4 Frederick Miles, R. 

DELAWARE. 

Edward L. Martin, B. 

FLORIDA. 

1 R. H. M. Davidson, B. 2 Noble A. Hull, B. 

GEORGIA. 

1 John C. Nicholls, jD. G James H. Blount, B. 

2 William E. Smith, B. 7 William II, Felton, D. 



Alex. II. Stephens, B. 
9 Emory Speer, B. 



3 Philip Cook, B. 

4 Henry Persons, B. 

5 N. J. Hammond, B. 

ILLINOIS. 

1 Williain^Aldrich, J?. 11 James W.Singleton,!). 



2 George R. Davis, R. 

3 Hiram Barber, Jr. R. 

4 John C. Sherwin, R. 

5 R. M. A. Hawk, R. 

6 Thos. J. Henderson, R, 

7 Phil. C. Hayes, R. 



12 Wm. M. Springer, B. 

13 Adlai E. Stevenson, N. 

14 Joseph G, Cannon, R. 

15 A. P. Forsythe, N. 
IG W. A, J. Sparks, B. 
17 Wm. R. Morrison, D. 



8 Greenbury L. Fort, E. 18 John R. Thomas, R. 

9 Thomaa A. Boyd, R. 19 R, W. Townshend, D. 
10 Benj. F. Marsh, R. 

INDIANA. 

1 William Heilman, R. 8 A. J. Hostetter, B. 

2 Thomas R. Cobb, D. 9 Godlove S. Orth, R. 

3 George A. Bicknell, B. 10 Wm. H. Calkins, R. 

4 Jeptha D. New, B. 11 Calvin Co wgill, R. 

5 Thos. M. Browne, R. 12 W. G. Colerick, B. 

6 Wm. R. Mvers, B. 13 John H. Baker, R. 

7 G. De La Matyr, N. 

IOWA. 

1 3Ioses A. McCoid, R, G J. B. Weaver, N. 



7 E. H. Gillette, JV. 

8 W. F. Sapp, R. 

9 Cyrus C. Carpenter, R. 



2 Hiram Price, R. 

3 Thomas TJpdcgraff, R. 

4 N. C. Deering. R. 

5 Wm. G. Thompson, R. 

KANSAS. 

1 John A. Anderson, R. 3 Thomas Ryan, R. 

2 D. C. Haskell, R. 

KEJ^TUCKY 



1 Oscar Turner, B. 

2 Jas. A. McKenzie, B. 

3 John W. Caldwell, B. 

4 J. Proctor Knott, B. 

5 Albert S. Willis, B. 



G Johfi G. Carlisle, B. 

7 Jos. C. S. Blackburn, B. 

8 P. B. Thompson, Jr. D. 

9 Thomas Turner, D. 
10 Elijah C. Phister, B. 




LOUISIANA. 

1 Randall L. Gibson, D. 4 J. B. Elam, D. 

2 E. John Ellis, D. 5 J. Eloj-d King, D. 

3 Joseph H. Acklen, J). 6 E. W. Kobertson, D. 

MAINE. 

1 Thomas B. Eesd, B. 4 George W. Ladd, D. 

2 \V illiaca P. Frye, B. 5 Thomp'n H. Murch, K 

3 Stephen D. Lindsej', B. 

MARYLAND. 

1 Daniel M. Henry, D. 4 Rob't M. McLane, D. 

2 J. E. C. Talbot, D. 6 Eli J. Hcnkle, JJ. 

3 William Kimmel, Z>. 6 Milton G. Urner, B. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

1 William W. Crapo, B. 7 Wm. A. Russell, B. 

2 Bcnj. W. Harris, B. 8 William Claflin, B. ■ 

3 Walbridge A. Field, B. 9 William W. Rice, B. 

4 Leopold Morse, D. 10 Amasa Norcross, B. 

5 S. Z. Bowman, B. 11 Geo. D. Robinson, li. 

6 Geo. B. Loring, B. 



MICHIGAN. 



6 Mark S. Brewer, B. 

7 Omar D. Conger, B. 



1 John S, Newberry, B. 

2 Edwin Wlllitts, B. 

3 Jonas II. McGowan, B. 8 Rosswell G. Horr, B. 

4 Julius C. Burrows, B. 9 Jay A. Hubbell, B. 

5 John W. Stone, B. 

MINNESOTA. 

1 M. II. Bunnell, B. 3 W. D. Washburn, B. 

2 Henry Poehler, i). 

MISSISSIPPI. 

1 H. L. Muldrow, D. 4 Otho R. Singleton, D. 

2 Van H. Manning, D. 5 Charles E. Hooker, i>. 

3 H. B. Money, D. 6 J. R. Chalmers, D. 

MISSOURI. 

1 Martin L. Clardy, D. 8 Samuel L. Sawyer, D. 



2 Erastus Wells, D. 

3 R. Graham Frost, D. 

4 Lowndes H. Davis, D. 

5 Richard P. Bland, D. 

6 John R. Waddill, D. 

7 Vacancy. 

NEBRASKA. 

Edw'dK. Valentine, i?. 

NEVADA. 

Rollin M. Daggett, B. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Nicholas Ford, N. 

10 Gide'n F. Rothwell, D. 

11 John B. Clark, Jr. D. 

12 William H. Hatch, D. 

13 Aylett H. Buckner, D. 



3 Evarts W. Farr, B. 



1 Joshua G". Hall, B. 

2 James F. Briggs, B. 

NEW JERSEY. 

1 Geo. M. Robeson, B. 5 Chas. H. Voorhis, B. 

2 Hezekiah B. Smith, D. 6 John L. Blake, /^. 

3 Miles Ross, D. 7 Lewis A. Brigham, B. 

4 Alvah A. Clark, D. 

NEW YORK. 



1 James W. Covert, D. 

2 Daniel O'Reilly, D. 

3 S. B. Chittenden, B. 

4 A. M. Bliss, D. 

5 Nicholas MuUer, D. 

6 S. S. Cox, D. 

7 Edwin Einstein, B. 

8 Anson G. McCook, B. 

9 Fernando Wood, D. 

10 James O'Brien, D. 

11 Levi P. Morton, B. 

12 Waldo Hutchins, D. 

13 John H. Ketcham. B. 

14 John W. Ferdon, B. 

15 Wm. Lounsbery, I). 
IG John M. Bailey, B. 
17 Walter A. Wood, B. 



18 John H.Hammond, B. 

19 Amaziah B. James, B. 

20 John H. Starin, B. 

21 David Wilber, i?. 

22 Vv^arner Miller, B. 

23 Cyrus D. Prescott, B. 

24 Joseph Mason, B. 

25 Frank Hiscock, B. 

26 John li. Camp, B. 

27 Elbr'go G. Lapham, B. 

28 Jcro. W. Dwight, B. 

29 D. P. Richardson, B. 

30 John Van Voorhis, 7^. 

31 Richard Crowley, B. 

32 Ray V. Pierce, B. 

33 H. H. Van Aernam, J?. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

1 Joseph J. Martin, B. 5 Alfred M. Scales, D. 

2 W. H. Kitchin, D. 6 W^alter L. Steele, D. 

3 Daniel L. Russell, N. 7 Robert F. Armfield, D. 

4 Joseph J. Davis, B. 8 Robert B. Vance, D. 

OHIO. 

1 Benj. Butterworth, B. 11 

2 Thos. L. Young, B. 12 

3 J. A. McMahon, D. 13 

4 J. Warren Kiefor, B. 14 

5 Benj. Lefevre, D. 15 

6 W. D. Hill, D. 16 

7 Frank Hurd, D. 17 

8 E. B. Finley, D. 18 

9 George L. Converse, D. 19 
10 Thos. Ewing, D. 20 



H. L. Dickey, D. 
Henry S. Neal, B. 
A. J.Warner, B. 
Gibson Atherton, B. 
Geo. W. Geddes,i). 
Wm. McKinley,Jr. B. 
James Monroe, B. 
J. T. Updegraff, B. 
James A. Garfield, B. 
Amos Townsend, B. 



OREGON. 

John Whiteaker, D. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

1 II. H. Bingham, B. 15 Edv/ard Overton, B. 

2 Charles O'Neill, B. 16 John I. Mitchell, B. 

3 Samuel J. Randall, D. 17 A. H. Coflfroth, D. 

4 William D. Kelley, B. 18 Horatio G. Fisher, B. 



5 A. C. Harmer, B. 

6 Wm. Vv^ard, M. 

7 Wm. Godshalk, B. 

8 Hiester Clymer, D. 

9 A. Herr Smith, B. 

10 R. K. Bachman, i). 

11 Robert Klotz, D. 



19 F. E. Beltzhoover, D. 

20 Scth H. Yocum, K 

21 Morgan R. Wise, Z». 

22 Russell Errett, B. 

23 Thos. M. Bayne, B. 

24 W. S. Shall enberger,7?. 

25 Harry White, B. 



12 Hendrick B.Wright, D. 20 S. B. Dick, B. 

13 John W. Rvon, B. 27 J. II. Osmer, B. 

14 John W. Killinger, B. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1 Nelson W. Aldrich, B. 2 Latimer W. Ballon, B. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1 Jno. S. Richardson, B. 4 John 11. Evins, D. 

2 M. P. O'Conner, B. 5 G. D. Tillman, B. 

3 D. Wyatt Aiken, £>. 



TENNESSEE. 



1 Robt. L. Taylor, B. 

2 L. C. Houk, B. 

3 Geo. C. Dibrell, B. 

4 Benton McMillan, D. 

5 John M. Bright, D. 



6 John F. House, D. 

7 W. G. Whitthorne, B. 

8 John D. C. Atkins, B. 

9 C. B. Simonton, B. 
10 H. Casey Young, B. 



1 John H. Reagan, D. 4 Roger Q. Mills, D. 

2 D. B. Culberson, D. 5 Geo. W. Jones, N. 

3 Olin Wellborn, B. 6 Columbus Upson, I). 

VERMONT. 

1 Chas. H. Joyce, B. 3 Bradley Barlow, B. 

2 James M. Tyler, B. 

VIRGINIA. 



6 J. Randolph Tucker,D. 

7 John T. Harris, B. 

8 Eppa Ilunton, B. 

9 J. B. Richmond, B. 



1 R. L. T. Beale, D. 

2 John Goode, Jr. D. 

3 Jos. E. Johnston, B, 

4 Jos. Jorgenson, B. 

5 Geo. C. Cabell, B. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

1 Benj. Wilson, D. 3 John E. Kenna, B. 

2 Benj. F. Martin, B. 

WISCONSIN. 

1 Chas. G. Williams, Ji?. 5 Edward S. Bragg, D. 

2 Lncien B. Caswell, B. 6 Gabriel Bouck, B. 

3 Geo. C. Ilazleton, B. 7 H. L. Humphrey, B. 

4 P. V. Douster, B. 8 Thau. C. Pound, B. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Democrats 149 

Republicans 132 

Nationals 11 

Democratic majority over all 6 



90 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA. 



pe:n^]^sxijVania state goteristmei^t. 



■♦-•i'^ 



Executive Department. 

GrOVERNOR, Henry M. Iloyt, 7?,, Luzerne Co. 
Private Secretary to Governor, C. N. Farr, Jr. JK., 
Berks Co. 
Lieutenant Governoe, Charles W. Stone, 72., War- 
ren Co. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth, M. S. Quay, E.. 
Philadelphia. 
Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth, J. R. 

McAfee, U., Westmoreland Co. 
Chief Clerk, Thomas McCamant, i?., Blair Co. 
Corporation Clerk, S. B. Eodgers, ^., Mercer Co. 
Attorney General, H. W. Palmer, i?., Luzerne Co, 
Deputy Attorney General, Lyman D. Gilbert, iv\, 
Dauphin Co. 
Auditor General, Wm. P. Schell, D., Bedford Co. 
Chief Clerk, Edward Herrick, i>., Bradford Co. 
Corporation Clerk, Edward F. Kerr, D., Bedford Co. 
State Treasurer,* Amos C. Noyes, J>., Clinton Co. 

Cashier, J. Blake Walters, D., Clearfield Co. 
Secretary of Internal Affairs, Aaron K. Dunkel, 
R., Philadelphia. 
Deputy Secretai-y of Internal Affairs, Lucius 
Kogers, li , McKean Co. 
Bureau of Statistics, JMiles S. Humphreys, Com- 
missioner, i?., Allegheny Co. 
SuPT. OF Pub. Instruc. and Supt. or Soldiers' Or- 
phan Schools, J.P.Wickersham,i?. Lancaster Co, 
Deputy Supts. of Common Schools, Henry Houck, 
i^,, Lelianou Co.; Will A. Lindse^^, ii., Cumber- 
land Co. 
Chief Clerk, Jas. L, Paul, It., Westmoreland Co. 
Adjutant G gneral, Jas, W. Latta, 7^., Philadelphia, 

Chief Clerk, George C. Kelly, ii., Union Co. 
Department of Insurance, J. Montgomery Forster, 
B.y Commissioner, Dauphin Co. 
Deputy Commissioner, L. B. Boggs, R., Hunting- 
don Co. 
State Beporter, A. Wilson Xorris, E., Philadelphia. 
State Librarian, C. L. Ehrenfeld, ii., Washing- 
ton Co. 
Supt. of Pub. Printing, J. W. Jones, 7?., Dauphin Co. 
Supt. of Pub. Buildings and Grounds, W. Boss 

Hartshorne, X>., Juniata Co. 
State Printer, Lane S. Hart, 7?., Montgomery Co. 
Legislative Journal, S. B. Collins, 71'., Philadelphia. 



Tlie Ijegislature. 

SENATE. 
Consists of 50 members ; llepublicans, 32 ; Demo- 
crats, 15 ; Greenback-Democrats, 2 ; National, 1. 

1 Geo. Handy Smith, li. 20 G. B. Seamans, 7?. 

2 John (Jochran, />. 21 E. C. Wadhams, R. 

3 John Lamon, 7?. 22 Allen Craig, D. 

4 Horatio G. Jones, 7?. 23 Wm. T. Davies, 7?. 

5 John E, Ileyburn, R. 24 George D. Jackson, D. 

6 Vv'm. Elliott, U, 25 C. H. Seymour, 11. 

7 John C. Grady, R. 26 W. M. Nelson, D.-G. 

8 Wm. J. Newell, 72. 27 S. P. Wolverton, D. 

9 Thos. V. Cooper, 11. 28 Jas. H. Boss, D. 

10 Jos. Thomas, 11. 29 Luther D, Keefer, R. 

11 Daniel Ermentrout, D. 30 John Parker, N. 

12 Lewis Rover, 71*. 31 B. M. Crawford, D, 

13 A, 11. Mylin, 11. 32 Isaac Hereter, D. 

14 C. S. Kauffman, U. 33 Horatio G. Fisher, R. 

15 A. J. Herr, R. 34 C. T. Alexander, D, 

16 Evan Holben, D, 35 John A. Lemon, 7^. 

17 George F. Meiley, R. 36 Frederick Grof, T). 

18 Wm. Beidleman, I). 37 Thomas St. Clair, 7?. 

19 Jas. B. Everhart, 7^. 38 John G. Hall, D. 



* On the first Monday in May, Samuel Butler, Republican, 
of Ctester county, will succeed Mr. Noyes as State Treasurer, 



39 James C. Clarke, D. 45 John Gilfillan, 7?. 

40 T. B. Schnatterly, D. 46 G. V. Lawrence, 7?. 

41 John M. Greer, 7^. 47 George W. Wright, R. 

42 Hugh McNeil, 7?. 48 J. W. Lee, 7^. 

43 Joseph M. Gazzam, R. 49 Henry Butterfield, R. 

44 C. H. Paulson, B.-G, 60 Wm. B. Roberts, R. 

HOUSE OF BEPRESENTATIVES. 

Consists of 201 members ; llepublicans, 107 ; Dem- 
ocrats, 78; Greenback-Democrats, 7; Greenback- 
Bepublicans, 3 ; Nationals, 6. 



ADAMS. 

W. Boss White, D. 
E. J. Smith, D. 

ALLEGHENY. 

1 James D. Walker, 7?. 
N. II. Yocghtley, R. 
Henry M. Long, 7?. 

2 William Flinn, 7^. 
Robert S. Frazer, R. 

3 John O'Neill, D. 

4 M. B. Edwards, 7?. 
Samuel R. Baldwin, 7?, 
Fred. K. Gearing, 7^. 
James M. Taylor, I). 

5 Wm. H. McGill, R. 
A. B. Campbell, 7?. 

6 A. H. Walker, 7?. 
William Hill, 7?. 

ARMSTRONG. 

E. D. Graff, D. 

W. F. Rumberger, R. 

BEAVER. 

Thomas Bradford, D. 
John Caughey, 7^*. 

BEDFORD. 

D. R. Anderson, D. 
Joseph E. Noble, D. 

BERKS. 

1 Jere. H. Boone, 7?. 
G. S. McFarland, D. 

2 S. J. Smith, D. 
John H. lleigel, D. 
G. D. Schaefler, D. 
James Liggett, D. 

BLAIR. 

D. A. Gilland. 7). 
Benj. L. Hewit, R. 

BRADFORD. 

S. D. Harkness, R. 
H. J. Madill, R. 
Asa Nicholls, R, 

BUCKS. 

Henry C. Moore, J). 
W.V.Worthington,7?. 
Symington Phillips, h. 
John H. Burton, R. 

BUTLER. 

George H. Graham, D. 
James Humphreys, D. 

CAMBRIA. 

L. D. Woodruff, D. 
John Fenlon, D. 

CAMERON. 

John Brooks, U, 

CARBON. 

J. G. Zein, 7>. 
Michael Cassidy, D. 

CENTRE. 

J. P. Gephart, D. 
W. A. Murray, D. 

CHESTER. 

Samuel Butler, R. 
William T. Fulton, R. 



Jesse Matlack, 7?. 
John A. Reynolds, R. 

CLARION. 

John W. Kahle, D. 
Jacob Truby, D. 

CLEARFIELD. 

A. D. Bennett, D. 

CLINTON. 

George J. Eldred, D. 

COLUMBIA. 

T. J. Vanderslicc, D. 
Joseph Knittle, D. 

CRAWFORD. 

David Emery, 7?. 
H. D. Lowing, R. 
Paul Blackmer, R. 
L.W.Thickstun,D.-6?. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Alfred M. Rhoads, D. 
Robert McCachran, R. 

DAUPHIN. 

1 Charles L. Bailey, 7?. 

2 Joseph H. Landis, 7?. 
Benjamin Bordner, R. 

DELAWARE. 

Nathan Garrett, 72. 
Y. S. Walter, R. 

ELK. 

Charles R. Earley, D. 

ERIE. 

1 Gustav Jarecki, 7?. 

2 S. E. Kincaid, R. 
M. H. Silverthorn, R. 
Alfred Short, D. 

FAYETTE. 

C. S. Seaton, iV. 
Jacob Provins, D. 

FOREST. 

N. p. Wheeler, R. 

FRANKLIN. 

John Sweney, D. 
H. C. Greenawalt, 7?. 
William Burgess, R. 

FULTON. 

Andrew G. Davis, JD. 

GREENE. 

Matthias Brandt, D. 

HUNTINGDON. 

M. P. Doyle, I).-G. 
B. R. Foust, B.-G. 

INDIANA. 

A. H. Fulton, R. 
John Hill, R. 

JEFFERSON. 

R. J. Nicholson, D. 

JUNIATA. 

Lucien Banks, D. 

LANCASTER, 

1 H. C. Demuth, R. 

2 John H. Landis, 72. 
J. G. Gatchell, R. 

3 J'ierson M. Eberley, R. 
F. U. Gantz, 72. 

— h 



C. J. Snavely, JR. 

LAWRENCE. 

W. H. McCandless, B. 
Walter Fullerton, H. 

LEBANON. 

Geo. W. Hoverter, B. 
John Etter, E. 

LEHIGH. 

Ernest H. Nakel, D. 
Frank B. Heller, D. 
Charles H. Foster, D. 

LUZERNE. 

1 Charles A. Miner, B. 

2 JohnB. Smith, ij;. 

3 W. II. Hines/iV. 

4 George \V. Drum, D. 

5 Dennis O'Lenahan, N. 

6 John E. Barrett, E. 
T. D. Lewis, B. 

7 A. I. Ackcrly, B. 

8 Thomas Mooney, iV*. 

LYCOMING. 

John Gaus, B.-G. 
Peter Reeder, B.-G. 
Frank Porter, JD. 

m'kean. 
Lewis Emery, Jr. E. 

mercer. 
B. F. Gordon, B. 
Harry Watson, E. 
Jas. W. McConnell, B. 

MIFFLIN. 

J. H. Maclay, E. 

MONROE. 

Joseph Fable, JD. 

MONTGOMERY. 

Edwin Hallowell, D. 
W. B. Eoberts, B. 
J. C. Dannehauer, D. 
M. S. Sellers, D. 
Isaac Hoyer, B. 

MONTOUR. 

P. C. Newbaker, D. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

J. M. Hackett, D. 
Henry Scholl, D. 
A. W. Lerch, D. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. 

' J. W. Scanlan, D. 

D. L. Sherwood, D. 

PERRY. 

M. B. Holman, B. 

PHILADELPHIA. 

1 James S. Mitchell, B. 
Samuel Strien, B. 

2 Thos. J. Reynolds', B. 
J. C. Thompson, E. 

3 Richard McCloskey,D. 

4 John Donahue, D. 

5 Emile J. Petroff, B. 

6 Henry F Wilson, B. 

7 Samuel Huhn, B. 
W. H. Patterson, E. 

8 Edward Law, B. 

9 Wm. H. Patterson, B. 

10 George W. Hall, B. 

11 Albert Crawford, D. 

12 C. R. Centner, D. 

13 D. C Clarke, B. 

14 John H. Fulmer, B. 

15 Elisha W. Davis, B. 



James Neill, E. 
I. D. McKee, B. 

16 A. J. Elder, D. 

17 John E. Faunce, D. 

18 William Graham, B. 
J. N. Kochersperger,i2. 

19 A. Redfern, B. 

W. H. Maneely, B. 
Robert Gillespie, B. 

20 S. J. Yarger, B. 
William H.Hazlett, J?. 

21 James Holgate, B. 

22 Joseph M. Hill, B. 

23 John T. Fair, E. 

24 George T. Jones, D. 

25 George F. Smith, D. 

26 William J. Pollock, B. 
Joseph R. Souder, B. 

27 John W. Leigh, B. 

28 Alfred C. Neall, B. 

PIKE. 

Carlton A. Smith, D. 

POTTER. 

Wm. Shear, D.-G. 

SCHUYLKILL. 

1 Patrick Conry, JV. 

2 John Welsh, N. 

3 J. T. Shoener, G.-B. 

4 C. W. Evans, E. 
S. C. Kirk, D. 

C. B. Palsgrove, D. 

SNYDER. 

Charles Miller, E. 

SOMERSET. 

E. M. Shrock, B. 
A. J. Colburn, B. 

SULLIVAN. 

E. M. Dunham, B. 

SUSQUEHANNA. 

John C. Morris, D.-G. 
J. W. Cargill, L.-G. 

TIOGA. 

Benj. Dorrance, B. 
C. V. Elliott, B. 

UNION. 

Charles S. Wolfe, B. 

VENANGO. 

George E. Mapes, B. 
S. B. Myers, B. 
J. L. Dewoody, D, 

WARREN. 

J. B. White, D.-G. 

WASHINGTON. 

Findley Patterson, D. 
John C. Messenger, D. 
John W. Stephens, E. 

WAYNE. 

N. F. Underwood, B. 
A. B. Gammell, D. 

WESTMORELAND. 

M. N. Marker, D. 
James S. Worden, D. 
E. C. Leightty, D. 

WYOMING. 

A. W. Stephens, D. 

YORK. 

Geo. E. Sherwood, I). 
Philip S. Bowman, D. 
J. Weist, D. 
William Campbell, D. 



The Judiciary, 

THE SUPREME COURT. 

Name. Whrn elecied. P. 0. 

Chief Justice, George Sharswood 1867 Philada. 



Name. "When elected. P. O. 

Justices, Ulysses Mercur 1872 Towanda. 

Isaac G. Gordon 1873 Brookville. 

Edward M. Paxson 1874 Philada. 

JohnTrunkey 1877 Franklin. 

James P. Sterrett 1878 Pittsburg. 

Henry Green* 1879 Easton. 

PROTHONOTARIES : Eastern Districlt Benjamin E. 

Fletcher, Philadelphia, P. 0.; OTiddle District, 

Robert Snodgrass, Harrisburg P. 0.; Western 

District, Bowman W. Sweitzer, Pittsburg P. 0. y 

PHILADELPHIA COMMON PLEAS. 

No. 1— President Judge, Joseph Allison ; Associate 

Judges, Wm. S. Pierce and Craig Biddle. 
No. 2.— President Judge, J. I. Clark Hare ; Associate 

Judges, James T. Mitchell and D. Newlin FeU. 
No. 3— President Judge, Jas. R. Ludlow ; Associate 

Judges, Thos. R. Finletter and Wm. H. Yerkes. 
No. 4— President Judge, M. Russell Thayer ; Asso- 
ciate Judges, Amos Briggs and Thos. R. Elcock. 
Prothonotary of Courts, William B. Mann. 

PHILADELPHIA ORPHANS' COURT. 
Judges, Wm. B. Hanna, W. N. Ashman, C. B. Pen- 
rose. 
Dist. THE COMMON PLEAS COURT. 

2 Lancaster — President Judge, John B. Living- 
ston, Lancaster ; Additional Law Judge, David 
W. Patterson, Lancaster. 

3 Northampton — President Judge, Olivet H.Mey- 
ers, Easton. 

4 Tioga, Potter, McKean and Cameron — Presi- 
dent Judge, Henry W. Williams, Wellsboro' ; 
Additional Law judge, Stephen F. Wilson, 
Wellsboro'. 

5 Allegheny — President Judge, Edwin H. Stowe ; 
Associate Judges, John H. Bailey, Frederick 11. 
Collier, Thomas Ewing, John M. Kirkpatrick, 
John W. F. White, Pittsburg. 

6 Erie — President Judge, W. A. Galbraith, Erie. 

7 Bucks — President Judge, Richard Watson, 
Doylestown. 

8 Northumberland — President Judge, William 
M. Rockefeller, Sunbury. 

9 Cumberland — President Judge, Martin C. Her- 
man, Carlisle. 

10 Westmoreland — President Judge, James A. 
Hunter, Greensburg. 

11 Luzerne — President Judge, Garrick M. Hard- 
ing, Wilkesbarre ; Additional Law Judge, Chas. 
E. Rice, Wilkesbarre. 

12 Dauphin and Lebanon — President Judge, John 
J. Pearson, Harrisburg; Additional Law Judge, 
Robert M. Henderson, Lebanon. 

13 Bedford — President Judge, Paul D. Morrow, 
Towanda. 

14 Fayette and Greene — President Judge, Alpheus 
E. Wilson, Uniontown. 

15 Chester— President Judge, J. Smith Futhey, 
West Chester. 

16 Bedford and Somerset — President Judge, Wil- 
liam Maclay Hall, Bedford. 

17 Butler and Lawrence — President Judge, Ebe- 
nezer McJunkin, Butler ; Additional Law Judge, 
James Bredin, Butler. 

18 Clarion and Jefferson— President Judge,Wil- 
liam P. Jeiiks, Brookville. 

19 York — President Judge, R. J. Fisher, York ; 
Additional Law Judge. P. L. Wlcks, York. 

20 Union, Snyder and JIifflin — President Judge, 
Joseph C. Bucher, Lewisburg. 

21 Schuylkill — President Judge, Cyrus L. Persh- 
ing, Pottsville ; Additional Law Judges, T. H. 
Walker, Pottsville ; 0. P. Bcchtel, Pottsville. 



* Appointed by Governor to fill vacancy caused by the death 
of Judge "Woodward. 



92 



THE TIMES ALMANAC— PHILADELPHIA, 



22 Wayne and Pike — President Judge, Charles P. 
Waller, Honesdale. 

23 Berks — Pres. Judge, Jere. TIagenman, Reading; 
Additional Law Judge, A. S. Sassaman, Reading. 

24 Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria — President 
Judge, John Dean, Hollidaysburg. 

25 Centre, Ct^arfield and Clinton — President 
Judge, Chji^es A. Mayer, Lock Haven ; Addi- 
tional Law Judge, John H. Orvis, Bellefonte. 

26 Columbia and Montour— President Judge, Wil- 
liam Elwell, Bloomsburg. 

27 Washington — President Judge, George S. Hart, 
Washington. 

28 Venango —Pres. Judge,Chas . E.Taylor,Franklin. 

29 Lycoming — President Judge, Hugh H. Cum- 
min, Williamsport. 

30 Crawford — President Judge, Pearson Church, 
Meadville. 

31 Lehigh — President Judge, Edwin Albright, 
Allentown. 

32 Delaware— President Judge, Thomas J. Clay- 
ton, Thurlow. 

33 Armstrong — President Judge, James B. Neale, 
Kittanning. 

34 Susquehanna — President Judge, J. B, McOul- 
lom, Montrose. 

35 Mercer — Pres. Judge, Arc. McDermott, Mercer. 

36 B: aver— President Judge, H. Hice, Beaver. 

37 Warren, Forest and Elk — President Judge, 
Lansing D. Wetniore, Warren. 

38 Montgomery — President Judge, Henry P. Ross, 
Norristown. 

39 Frankliv and Fulton — President Judge, D. 
Watson Rowe, Green castle. 

40 Indiana — President Judge, J. P. Blair, Indiana. 

41 Juniata and Perry — President Judge, Benj. F. 
Junkin, New Bloomfield. 

42 Adams— President Judge, William McCJean, 
Gettysburg. 

43 Carbon and Monroe— President Judge, Samuel 
H. Drcher, Stroudsburg. 

44 Wyoming and Sullivan— President Judge, 
Thomas J. Ingham, Laporte. 

45 Lackawanna — Pres. Judge, Jno. Hanley, Scran- 
ton; Add'nal Law Judge, Alfred Hand, Scranton. 

ORPHANS' COURT. 
Allegheny— Judge, W. G. Hawkins, Jr. Pittsburg. 
Luzerne— Judge, Daniel L. Rhone, Wilkesbarre. 



The Board of Pardons. 

members. 

Charles W. Stone, Lieutenant Governor. 

M. S. Quay, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

Henry W. JPalmer, Attorney General. 

Aaron K. Dunkel, Secretary of Internal Affairs. 

Article lY., Section 9, of the Constitution of 1874, 
gives the Governor exclusive power to remit fines 
and forfeitures and to grant reprieves, "but wo -par- 
don shall be granted or sentence commuted except 
upon the recommendation in writing of the Lieu- 
tenant Governor, Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
Attorney General and Secretary of Internal Affairs, 
or any three of them, after full hearing, upon due 
public notice, and in open session." 
rules. 

First. The Board will meet to consider applications 
in open session on the third Tuesday of each month. 

Second. The Board must be furnished with proof 
that notice of application for pardon has been pub- 
lished once a week for two consecutive weeks in a 
ne\vspaper printed in the county or city in which 
conviction was had, said proof to be made by the 
affidavit of the publisher of the newspaper that the 
publication lias been made as required by this rule. 

Third. Notice of the application must be given to 



the Judge who tried the case, and to the District At- 
torney or attorney who prosecuted, stating when the 
application will be made, and the grounds or reasons 
upon which the application is based, and no other 
grounds than those contained in such notice will be 
entertained by the Board, and proof must be made 
that such notice was served by giving a copy to said 
Judge, District Attorney, or attorney who prosecuted. 

Fourth. Notices of applications for pardon of per- 
sons convicted in the cities of Philadelphia and Pitts- 
burg must be given to the Mayors and Chiefs of 
Police of said cities respectively, and proof of the 
service of such notice filed in each case. 

Fifth. Every application for pardon must be ac- 
companied with the following papers, written in a 
clear and distinct hand : 

1. A certified copy of the whole record, including 
docket entries, minutes of the court, copy of indict- 
ment, pleas, and all other papers oa file relating to 
the case. 

2. A brief statement of the grounds upon which 
the application is based, and a schedule of papers, 
and the facts to sustain the grounds in the form of 
a history of the case, will be required in every ap- 
plication; the notes of evidence taken on the trial; 
letters from responsible persons in the community 
where the crime was committed. 

Sixth. All applications and correspondence must 
be addressed to or filed with the Recorder of the 
Board, at Harrisburg, so that the same may be pre- 
pared for presentation to the Board at its next ses- 
sion ; and no application will be heard or considered 
unless the same, and papers upon which based, have 
been filed at least ten days before said session, and 
in no instance will this rule be relaxed. 

Seventh. No appUcati(jn that has been refused by 
the Board will be re-heard or reconsidered, unkss 
substantial grounds for reopening the case are for- 
mally presented to and approved by the Board, and 
when submitted again, the publication and notices 
required by rules second, third and fourth must be 
made anew, and proof thereof, together with the 
additional reasons, filed with the original papers, 
according to the provisions of rule sixth. 

Eighth. All facts relied upon to sustain any alle- 
gation as a ground for pardon, must bo proved by 
depositions, taken within the jurisdiction of the 
court in which the conviction took place, before 
some person authorized to administer oaths, uj^on 
notice to the District Attorney, and to the attorney 
who assisted in the prosecution of the case, if any, 
and no fact will be considered by the Board unless 
so proved, except such as appear in the record and 
notes of evidence taken on the trial, the statement 
of the Judge before whom the gase was tried, or the 
officers or persons connected with the prison in 
which the applicant shall be imprisoned. 

Ninth. In applications for pardons based upon the 
grounds of a mis-trial, or improper conviction, the al- 
legations shall bo sustained by such reasons and evi- 
dence as would have been a good ground for a new 
trial, and which upon a second trial should have pro- 
duced an acquittal, and where the Court has over- 
ruled the same reasons for a new trial on a motion 
based thereon, they will not be reconsidered, except 
on the recommendation of the Judge before whom 
the case was tried. 

Tenth. All applications properly on file will be 
considered by the Board, whether represented by 
counsel or not; and no party will be allowed to 
occupy more than fifteen minutes in the oral pre- 
sentation of any application, unless by special per- 
mission of the Board. 

Eleventh. No application will be considered if 
presented to any individual member of the Board. 
C. N. FARR, Recorder. 



GOTERN^MENT OF PHIIiABEI^PHIA. 



City Officers. 

Mayor, William S. Stokley. 
City Solicitor, William Nelson West. 
City Controller, Eobert E. Pattison. 
City Treasurer, Joseph J. Martin. 
City Commissioners, David Martin, William S. Doug- 
lass, John C. McManemin. 
Eeceiver of Taxes, Albert C. Koberts. 
Collector of Delinquent TAXEs,Wm. J. Donohugh. 
Becorder, David H. Lane. 



T 



Heads of Departments. 

Police — Samuel I. Givin, Chief of Police; James C. 
Thompson, Fire Marshal. 

Police and Fire-Alarm Telegraph — William J. 
Phillips, Superintendent; David B. Walker, As- 
sistant Superintendent. 

Fire — Jacob Laudenslager (President), T. H. Spence, 
E. C. Tittermary, Joseph S. Eobinson, James Cor- 
coran, James Patterson, F. P. Haggerty. John E. 
Cantlin, Chief Engineer. Office, Eace street, be- 
low Broad. 

Highways — William Baldwin, Chief Commissioner. 
Assistant Commissioners : 1st District, E. B. Cobb ; 
2d District, Thomas Gilligan ; 3d District, William 
H. Maneely ; 4th District, Joshua Nuttal ; 5th Dis- 
trict, John Martin; 6th District, C. C. Haines. 
Office, New Public Buildings. 

Water— William H. McFadden, Chief Engineer; 
Assistants, John L. Ogden, Charles Darrach, D. 

McN. Staufifer. Begistrar, . Office, 

Thirteenth and Spring Garden streets. 

Surveys — Samuel L. Smedley, Chief Engineer and 
Surveyor; Principal Assistants, J. Milton Titlow, 
Budolph Hering. Office, New Public Buildings. 

Markets and City Property — William Dixey, Com- 
missioner. Office, 221 S. Sixth street. 

Boiler Inspection — John Overn, Chief Inspector. 
Office, Forest Building, Fourth street, below Chest- 
nut. 

Health— Wm. H. Ford, M. D. (President), A. A. 
Hirst (Secretary), James West, James McCrea, M. 
D., Horatio G. Sickel, Samuel Ashhurst, Henry 
W. Gray, Joseph G. Patterson, Horn E. Kneass, 
William B. Kinsey, Albert H. Din gee, E. A. Clee- 
man, M. D. Health Officer, John E. Addicks; 
Port Physician, Philip Leidy, M. D. ; Lazaretto 
Physician, W. T. Eobinson, M. D.; Quarantine 
Master, C. C. V. Crawford, M. D. Office, S. W. 
corner Sixth and Sansom streets. 

Guardians op the Poor — James S. Chambers (Pres- 
ident), Peter Lane, Jr. (Treasurer), Eobert L. Orr, 
Eobert T. Gill, Wm. A. Durfor, Wm. McAleer, 
Henry Bain, William J. Nead, Charles Spering, 
William M. Bunn, George W. Zoll, Wm. Marks. 
Office, 42 North Seventh street. 

Managers House or Correction — Eobert Laugh- 
lin (President), William Bumm, John Dornan, 
W. A. Duff, John Dunn, Eichard G. Oellers, John 
Eoberts, E. A. Shallcross, Wm. H. Taylor, Samuel 
C. Willits. City Office, Girard Building, Exchange 
Place. 

Board of Education — Edward T. Steel (President), 
H. W. Halliwell (Secretary). First Section, A. S. 
Jenks, 2, Andrew Nebinger, M.D. ; 3, Washing- 
ton J. Jackson; 4, P. A. Fagen; 5, John M. Camp- 
bell ; 6, John Shedden ; 7, Lewis Elkin ; 8, Simon 
Gi-atz; 9, James Freeborn; 10, M. P. Hutchinson, 
M.D.; 11, Charles S. Austin; 12, M. Hall Stanton , 
13, James V. Watson ; 14, Thomas Kennedy ; 15, 



Henry S. Godshall; 16, Isaac A. Sheppard; 17, 
John MacAvoy; 18, Alexander Adaire; 19, Wm. 
F. Miller; 20, Theodore C. Search; 21, Edward T. 
Steel ; 22, Spencer Eoberts ; 23, Eichardson L. 
Wright; 24, Edward Lewis; 25, J. Fitzpatrick ; 
26, James J. Cooper; 27, George F. Barker; 28, 
Charles F. Abbot; 29, William Gulager; 30, Wil- 
liam J. Pollock; 31, James Pollock. Office, 713 
Filbert street. 

Trustees City Ice Boats— C. A. Griscom (Presi- 
dent), E. T. Halliwell (Secretary), Galloway C. 
Morris, John L. Howard, Thomas J. Martin, Eob- 
ert Patterson. Office, 115 Walnut street. 

Port Wardens — James M. Ferguson (President), 
E. K. Stevenson, William E. Tucker, Samuel J. 
Christian, William Howell, Jr., Joseph S. Keen, 
Jr., William Taggert, John B, Lewellon, Joseph 
S. Elwell, Charles H. Cramp, Francis E. Cope, G. 
W. Thomas, John Gardiner, A. A. Catanach, Wil- 
liam Charlton, George K. Wise, Jr., Amos Gart- 
side, Eichard H. Morris. Christian K. Eoss, Master 
Warden ; Henry W. Adams, Harbor Master. Office, 
Boom 11, Commercial Exchange. 

Board of Eevision of Taxes — George W. Fairman, 
Samuel Haworth, William Longhlin. 

Commissioners or the Sinking Fund — Thomas 
Cochran, William S. Stokley, Eobert E. Pattison. 

Prisons — Joseph E. Chandler (President), Edmund 
Smith (Secretary), Henry C. Howell ( Treasurer), 
J. Price Wetherill, Caspar Wister, M. D,, Henry 

D. Welsh, Charles Hill, E. P. Gillingham, William 
M. Eeilly, D. B. Cummins, William C. Houston. 
Howard Perkins (Superintendent). 

Building Inspectors — James Zimmerman, Joseph 
M. Hancock, Eobert N. Bowers. Office, 709 San- 
som street. 

Trustees of Gas Works— Albert C. Eoberts (Presi- 
dent), Henry Bumm,* Eichard E. Campion, Thos. 
S. Ellis,* Samuel S. Kelly, John Manuel, William 

E. Leeds, James McManes,* John S. Eittenhouse, 
Thomas J. Smith,* M. Hall Stanton, Frederick G. 
Wolbert. 

Directors op City Trusts— Henry M. Phillips, 
(President), Alexander Biddle (Vice President), 
Gustavus S. Benson, James Campbell, James L. 
Claghorn, C. H. T. Collis, George L. Harrison, 
William H. Drayton, William B. Mann, John H. 
Michener, George 11. Stuart. Ex-officio, William 
S. Stokley, Mayor; George A. Smith, President 
of Select Council ; Joseph L. Caven, President of 
Common Council. 

Public Buildings— Samuel C. Perkins (President), 
Thomas J. Barger, William Brice, Isaac S. Cassin, 
Samuel W.Cattell, Malilon II. Dickinson, Thomas 

E. Gaskill, John L. Hill, Hiram Miller, Eichard 
Peltz. Ex-officio, William S. Stokley, Mayor; 
George A. Smith, President Select Council ; Joseph 
L. Caven, President Common Council ; Secretary, 

F. De Haes Janvier; Architect, John McArthur, 
Jr. ; Superintendent, W. C. McPherson. 

Parks — William S. Stokley (member ex-officio and 
President), Henry M. Phillips (Vice President), 
Fred. G. Wolbert (Treasurer \ Alexander Henry, 
John Eice. Eli K. Price, John Welsh, David W. 
Sellers, Gustavus Eemak, James McManes, Thos. 
A. Scott. Ex-officio, George A. Smith, President 
Select Council; Joseph L. Caven, President Com- 
mon Council ; W. H. McFadden, Chief Engineer 
Water Department; William Dixej", Commissioner 
City Property ; Samuel L. Smedley, Chief Engineer 
and Surveyor; Superintendent, EusscU Thayer; 
Secretary, It. W. Bobbins 



*f Successors elected January, 1880. 




County Officers. 

Sheriff, Enoch Taylor. 

Recorder of Deeds, Louis "Wagner. 

District Attorney, Henry S. Hagert. 

Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans' Court, 

William M. Taylor. 
Clerk of Quarter Sessions, William R. Leeds. 
Protitonotary Courts of Common Pleas, William 

B. Mann. 
Coroner, W. Kent Gilbert, M. D. 
Appraisers of Mercantile Taxes, Wm. D. Ken- 

drick, Robert L. Orr, John McCullough, J. Ross 

Kemble, R. C. Tittermary. 



Councils. 



select council. 

"Ward. Term Expires T\"ard. Term Expires 

1 A.M. Slack. i?.*...1880 117 Benj.Saeltzer,D.*1880 

2 D. Schellin^er, D. 1882 18 G. W. Bumm, i?...1882 

3 James J. Barr, D. 1882119 Ad. Albright, E* 1880 

4 W. McMullen, D. 1882120 Jno. A.Miskey,i?.1882 

5 David Mouat, i2... 1882 21 Chas.T. Jones, i?.* 1880 
G John C.Bickel,i>. 1882 22 James R. Gates, i?. 1882 

7 Nath. Spering, R. 1882 23 Max.Rowland,Z).*1880 

8 Daniel Blair, 1?.... 1882 24 Henry Glass, R....1S82 

9 David Mullen, i?. 1882 25 Dan.W.Gilbert,ii;.1882 

10 J.BIcCullough,7?.*1880 26 James Evans, i?.* 1880 

11 SamU G. King, D. 1882 27 Ed. W. Patton, R. 1882 

12 Fr'nDundore,i?.*1880 28 Geo. A. Smith, i?... 1882 

13 Jas. L. Miles, i?...1882 29 Geo. S.Graham, 7?. 1882 

14 J. G. Brooke, i?.* 1880 30 HughCopoland,i?.1882 

15 W. S. Reyburn, R. 1882 31 Francis Martin,iiJ. 1882 

16 John Rink, D.* ...1880 1 



* Successors elected February, 1880. 



COMMON 

1 M. A. Davis, i?.*... 1880 
W. H.Tasker,i?.*1880i 

T. D. Spear, R 1881 

Charles Durr,D.*.1880! 

2 FrankMcGrath,D.1881 
James Moran, D...1881 
C. r.Iseminger,Z)*1880 

3 W. H.H. Davis, D. 1881 
B. J. Carlin,D 1881 

4 Moses Levi,r> 1881 

J. C. Adams, D 1881 

5 L.H.Donnelly,!?.* 1880 
S. Davis Page, D....1881 

6 0. Alexander, i?.. 1881 

7 S. F. nouseman.iM881 
Alex. Russell, R ..1881 
F. Hazlehurst, 7?.* 1880 

8 W. H. Lex, i?.*....1880 
J. W.Kerr, 1? 1881 

9 J. A. Clark, i?.*...1880 

10 J. B. VanDusen, i?.1881 
J. H. Cook, i?.*.... 1880 

11 E. Matthew8,D.*...1880 

12 A. Reinstine, D....1881 

13 H. C. Dunlap,72...1881 
M. G. Peiper, Ii:.*..1880 

14 J. B.Myers, E 1881 

Benj. F. Dotts, D*1880 

15 Vacancy.!* 1880 

S. C. Collins, R 1881 

Jos. L. Caven, J2...1881 
J. A. Anck, i2.*...1880 
R. A. Jamison, i>*.1880 



council. 

16 E. H. Hayhurst,i?.1881 
i Jos. C. Kolb, I>-^..1880 

17 C. F. Myers, i? 1881 

! Jas. TuUy, X>.* 1880 

18 B. N. Faunce, R'K.ISSO 
AV. B. Grady, 7?.... 1881 
.Tos. Hacker, 7i;.*...1880 

19 T. Bromley, 7?.*. ..1880 
John Shegog, 7?. ..1881 
A. K. Minich, i?...1881 
Robt. R. Hall, D.*1880 

20 T. M. Hammett,72.1881 

C. K. Merklee, 7i'...1881 
H. Weichselb'm7?*1880 
A. A. Grace, 72 1881 

21 D. Wallace, 7? 1881 

J. Flanagan, i^.... 1881 

22 C. W. Henry, 72.*..1880 
W. E. Rex,7e 1881 

E. H. Butler, 72*...1880 

23 C. E. Webster, 7?.,1881 
AVm. Wright, 72.*.1880 

24 Rich'd Peltz, 7?.*..1880 
Harry Deal, 7?.*. ..1880 
John Hunter, 7?.*.1880 
G.W.Kendrick,7)*1880 

25 J. B.Lukens,72....1881 

F. T. Buckius, 72...1881 

D. McMonagle,7).*1880 

26 P. H. Klohse, 7L..1881 
W. Gallagher, 7?.*.1880 
T. B. McAvoy, 7i?.*1880 

27 W. E. Rowan, 7i?...1881 



t By reason of the election of Joseph J. Martin as City 
Treasurer. 



Word. Term Expires i 

Sam'l L. Craig, 7?..1881 1 

28 J. Bardsley, 7i?.*....1880 
G.W.Fulmer,72.*..1880i 
G. D. Phelan, i?...1881 

29 B. Winpenny, 72... 1881 ' 
J. B. Hancock, 72..1881 1 
Jas. McElroy, i>.*.188o| 



Ward. Term Expires 

J. H.Pritner, 7).*..1880 

30 J. FuUerton, 72.*...1880 
Jas. D.Love, 72.. ..1881 
James Magee, 72.. .1881 

31 Jacob Crouse, i2....1881 
Thos. Bowden, 72.*1880 
S. A. Miller, i2.*...1880 



* Successors elected February, 1880. 

Note.— The 20th and 24th wards will each elect one addi- 
tional member in February, 1880. 



United States Officers in Philadelphia. 

U; S. Circuit Court— Judges, William Strong, Wil- 
liam McKennan. Clerk, Samuel Bell. Office, 
Library street, below Fifth. 

U. S. District Court — Judge, William Butler. U. 
S. Marshal, James N. Kerns. U. S. District Attor- 
ney, John K. Valentine. Clerk, Charles S. Lin- 
coln. Office, Library street, below Fifth. 

Custom House— Collector, Alexander P. Tutton. 
Surveyor, E. 0. Goodrich. Naval Officer, James 
Pollock. General Appraiser, Lewis Heyl. Ap- 
praiser, E. B. Moore. 

Post Office— Postmaster, John F. Hartranft. 

U. S. Mint — Superintendent, A. Loudon Snowden. 
Coiner, 0. C. Bosbyshell. Melter and Refiner, 
James C. Booth. Assayer, William E. DuBois. 
Engraver, William Barber. 

Internal Revenue — Collector, James Ashworth. 
Office in U. S. Appraiser's building. Second street, 
below Chestnut. 

U. S. Assistant Treasurer — George Eyster. Office, 
Library street, below Fifth. 

Pension Agent — Horatio G. Sickel, 720 Sansom. 
Examining Surgeons, James Collins, M. D., Ernst 
Goodman, M. D., T. C. Rich, M. D. 



Foreign Consuls at Philadelphia. 

Argentine Republic, E. Shippen, 632 Walnut. 

Austria, Lars Westergaard, 138 S. Second. 

Belgium, G. E. Saurmann, G19 Walnut. 

Brazil, John Mason, Jr., V. C, 138 S. Second. 

Chili, E. Shippen, 532 Walnut. 

Columbia, U. S. of, Leon de la Cova, V. C, 218}^ 
Walnut. 

Costa Rica, S. Morris Wain, 128 S.Delaware avenue. 

Denmark, F. F. Myhlertz, V. C, 730 N. Twentieth. 

Ecuador, E. Shippen, 632 Walnut. 

France, Aubin Desfongerais, V. C, 624 Walnut, 

German Empire, Carl H. Meyer, 227 Chestnut. 

Great Britain, Robert C. Clejjperton, Consul ; Hugh 
H. Lenox, V. C.,619 Walnut. 

Hungary, Lars Westergaard, 138 S. Second. 

Italy, Count G. Galli, 261 S. Fourth. 

Liberia, E. S. Morris, 129 S. Front. 

Mexico, E. F. Cabada, 112 Walnut. 

Netherlands, Lars Westergaard, 138 S. Second. 

Nicaragua, Henry C. Potter, 260 S. Ninth. 

Orange Free State, Charles W. Riley, Consul Gen- 
eral, 1115 Race. 

Peru, H. L. Gregg, 127 Walnut. 

Portugal, John Mason, Jr., V. C, 138 S. Second. 

Russia, Henry Preaut, V.C, 500 S.Delaware avenue. 

Spain, Jose Modesto Blanco, Consul, 524 Walnut ; 
Fernando Monje Merino, V.C. 

Sweden and Norway, Lars Westergaard, 138 S. 
Second. 

Switzerland, Rudolph Koradi, 314 York avenue; 
Werner Itschner, V. C., 814 Vine. 

Turkev, H. W. Bartol, 109 S. Front. 

Uruguay, Charles W. Matthews, V. C.,133 Walnut. 

Venezuela, Leon de la Cova, 2183>^ Walnut. 



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INDEX 



Astronomical Features . 
Army Organization 



Page I 
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... 87 



Board of Pardons, Rules 92 

'* " Members 92 

Calendar 3-14 

Conventions, to be held 24 

Census, Population of Cities 84 

Congressmen, Vote of Pennsylvania for _. 40 

County Officials, Vote for and list of. 43 

Congress, List of Members 88 

Cabinet, Members of. 87 

Claims, Court of. 87 

Capitals of States 8G 

Common Pleas Judges 01 



Democratic National Platform.. 
Democratic State Convention ... 
Diplomatic Intercourse 



Electors, Presidential, List of. 24 

Election Laws 15 

Election Returns, General 57 

Elections, Time of Next 86 

Festivals, Fixed and Movable 1 

Foreign Consuls at Philadelphia 94 

Greenback National Platform 22 

" State Convention 23 

Governor, Vote of Pennsylvania for, 1878 39 

Government, Federal 87 

Governors of States 86 



House of Representatives, U. S.. 
Internal Revenue Duties 



Judges Common Pleas, List of 91 

Judiciary, Federal 87 



Legislatures, Meeting of.. 



86 



Legislature, List of Members 90 

Navy, Organization of , 87 

Orphans' Court Judges 92 

Prohibition State Convention 23 

Philadelphia, Vote by Divisions for Treasurer 25 

" Vote by Wards, 1876-78-79 27 

" Vote since 1860 * 27 

Pennsylvania Election 24 

" Vote by Townships 28 

" Vote since 1860 38 

" Vote by Counties, 1876-77-78-79.... 39 

" Vote for Congressmen 40' 

" Vote for Senators 41 

" Vote for Representatives 43 

" Vote for County Officials 45 

Population of States 86 

" the Principal Cities and Towns in 

Pennsylvania 84 

Postage, Rates of 56 

Presidential Election 24 

*' Elections since 1860 85 

Philadelphia, Government of 93 

Republican National Platform..... 19 

" State Convention 18 

Representatives, Vote for 43 

Senators, Vote for 41 

Supreme Court, Federal 87 

" State.. 91 

Salaries of Governors 86 

Senators, United States, List of 88 

State Government 90 

Times Prospectus 2 

United States Senator, Election of.., 24 

United States Officers in PhiladeliDhia 94 



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